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Old 24th August 2007, 03:40 AM
Sagari Offline
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FC7 Rhythmbox: wrong display of non-ASCII track names

Greetings,

After having installed FC7 (default language is Russian) I noticed that Rhythmbox displays the UTF-8 encoded names incorrectly (mapping them to standard ASCII charset, producing illegible text).

The same about displaying ID tags.

Can someone direct me to any possible solution for this?

Thanks.

All the best,

Konstantin
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