Default action fails for folder with diacritics

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Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#1 Post by afh » 17.09.2016, 12:58

I checked versions 727 and 728 (but this might have been the case for previous verions).

When a default action application is set in FC for a certain extension (e.g. *.jgp) and the active folder has diacritics in its name, pressing ENTER will trigger an error message.

On the other hand, for the same extension (e.g. *.jpg) and the same folder, editor (F4) and view(F3) work just fine.

All these 3 options are available in Settings -> Programs -> (editors | viewers | default action)

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Re: Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#2 Post by Marek » 17.09.2016, 13:49

Could you give us some examples of the folder names that makes the problem?

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Re: Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#3 Post by afh » 17.09.2016, 14:12

In my case, it's about romanian diacritics.
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Re: Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#4 Post by Marek » 17.09.2016, 18:12

Works fine with folder "beţivelă" on Windows 8.1 (FC 32 and 64 bit 716+).

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Re: Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#5 Post by afh » 20.09.2016, 12:26

Indeed, there is a problem with the apps I use for opening my images (but I can't figure out what's wrong).
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Re: Default action fails for folder with diacritics

#6 Post by Dreamer » 21.09.2016, 21:35

Which program for images are you using? Perhaps it doesn't support unicode and you need to set the default language for non-unicode programs, or switch to program with unicode support.

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