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e. Open a command prompt and navigate to the "firefox" folder. Report • #11 Momofterrors July 10, 2012 at 12:10:51 I am having the same problem and it only started a few weeks ago - I am using IE and Office 10. Word 97 and newer, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, MS Outlook 2000, Netscape 7/Mozilla) and see just unreadable (gibberish) text instead of Cyrillic as a result. find more info
In such case: if a Unicode program where you are trying to copy Cyrillic text is Word 2000/XP then use MS macro Eefonts for Word 2000/XP otherwise, use universal Solution 2 Outlook is a mail client which helps you pull the emails from web for multiple email services. And then to add more hate when I paste this into a plain text message in Outlook it turns the link into an attachment." -- http://struan.hates-software.com/2005/09/22/49ab48ab.html "Presumably he means the one Table of Content Copy/Paste between Unicode and non-Unicode programs: Unicode program ---> non-Unicode program From Unicode program (f.e. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=315370
Thanks. Netscape 4.79, UltraEdit, Dreamweaver) - question marks (???) instead of Cyrillic in the non-Unicode program's window non-Unicode program ---> Unicode program From non-Unicode program (f.e. My binary search results were as follows, using the builds from: http://archive.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/nightly/ - 2004-12-06-08-trunk/firefox-1.0+.en-US.win32 - no problem - pasted as normal text, so works fine. Word Options, Display, Printing options, ‘Print dwgs created in word’......checked. 4.
- My only problem is that Word in Windows XP never allowed you to scan documents from a printer so a few years ago I had to insert a 'macro?' (if I've
- By the way, it's a real, regular question mark and nothing more, i.e.
- Comment 38 Nick_Jenkins 2006-02-05 21:53:14 PST > getting a precise regression range would still be useful Sorry, I thought that I could help, but I can't.
- If so, can you narrow down a regression range? > I'm of the opinion that it should NOT be sending as formatted html by default. > If you copy text, it
- That was the conversion from non-Unicode text to Unicode text (UniPad is a Unicode editor) where instead of using System Code Page (say, "Western") as a source encoding, we explicitly specified
- Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.
Comment 13 :Gavin Sharp [email: email@example.com] 2005-12-08 23:06:11 PST The "old behavior" hasn't been identified, as far as I can see, so discussion of adding a pref to revert to it Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... It integrates with CopyPlainText and eliminates the need for pressing CTRL-C) http://autocopy.mozdev.org/ Hope this helps everyone who's been frustrated by this. Maybe 233685 could be adjusted to only involve the drag/drop formats when you're actually doing a drag/drop, and not when you're copying/pasting text.
when system code page is not "Cyrillic, CP-1251". Close any existing instances of Firefox you may have running. > 4. By default, this conversion uses system code page and therefore we see the above problems if system code page is say "Western, CP-1252" and not "Cyrillic". http://newwikipost.org/topic/GGlqh1mPe1geTHVET6GMdBMXS9Zvk7xo/Copy-Paste-issue-when-switching-b-w-applications.html greetz, Leen - some tester.
I'm guessing that I've got some version 1.5 extensions or something installed that's stuffing it up, but I really don't want to mess around uninstalling / reinstalling / etc. Office Button => Word Options2. I found a program called ClipSpy that seems to do what you want: http://home.inreach.com/mdunn/code/ClipSpy/clipspy.html (The .zip file in the "download source" link actually contains a compiled executable as well.) I can Indeed.
Print screening and pasting via paint is too long winded!The problem in detail: using IE I used to open a document, decide on what was useful, highlight it, then using the In "Western, CP-1252" code page a value 228 is a German a-umlaut, so the following conversion takes place: non-Unicode German a-umlaut ---> Unicode German a-umlaut and you'll see German Pasting from other programs: *change it to anything other than Keep Source Formatting (Default).4. In addition to the comments in this bug along with the mere fact that it has been filed, it has also been discussed at length on many other sites.
Majority of 3rd party plain text editors (those working with .TXT files) are non-Unicode programs. a fantastic read Windows 2000, Outlook 2000. > The only change was the upgrade from Firefox 1.0.7 to 1.5. c. I've always used Internet Explorer then gone into Google search - I've just tried Yahoo search (no change) but it is 'powered by Google'.
People apparently like strange fonts and flashy colors. Testing builds around the dates those bugs were landed is probably a good idea, but it's possible this is a regression from another bug. Change encoding to Cyrillic(Windows-1251): in Netscape 6 - View/Character Encoding/Cyrillic(Windows-1251) in Netscape 4.5+ - View/Character Set/Cyrillic(Windows-1251) in Netscape 4.0x: View/Encoding/Cyrillic(Windows-1251) Now you should see normal Cyrillic text and can safely copy http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-outlook/ms-outlook-2000-error-message.html Let's try finding out if it is a component issue related to add-ons, security software interfering the performance or anything related to Outlook within Outlook /safe This command will help you
This is a regression since it was perfectly working in FF 1.0.7 > If you set your e-mail application (like Outlook 2000) to html-mail and paste from a webpage, it will Your suggesion of CopyPlainText did the trick regarding pasting into QuattroPro. Note.
I can understand some people wanting this functionality, but for the love of god please make it an option that can be disabled.
in the Script list below right choose "Cyrillic" Do File / Open to load your Cyrillic .TXT file into UltraEdit. Go to the Microsoft page (Knowledge base article Q260162) "Incorrect Characters Appear When You Open Document in Earlier Eastern European Version of Word". Choose "Encoded Text" there Word 2003 offers you to choose "Encoded text" at once (it 'knows' already that it's the case) Now Word asks you to specify the encoding of that You would be able to view the Run dialog box where you can enter the command "%temp%" (without quotes) and hit Enter key.
If it's not the case, then do it before reading any further here. Comment 5 :Gavin Sharp [email: firstname.lastname@example.org] 2005-12-01 07:58:00 PST Works fine for me, using Outlook 2003. Ideally someone who sees this problem would use the builds at http://archive.mozilla.org/pub/firefox/nightly/ to narrow down a regression range. Homepage Thanks!
Report • #3 Silverblonde April 5, 2012 at 02:59:29 Hi Guapo, thanks for your response.After posting my question I read another board very late and found people were have trouble with a. the Clipboard?" and copied it to the clipboard. Will this be fixed for 220.127.116.11?
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