24 Jun 2007
Right, so Vista should be so international that you can blow yourself up as an Irishman, and you end up a Chinese.
Hmm… aren’t we talking about Microsoft!?
The thing is that several applications simply don’t follow the international charsets. For instance Yahoo Messenger in Vista - when I press ş, ţ or ă come out as s, t and a. But it works for â and î.
Amazingly enough, if you go to Preferences, and change through some fonts, and at some moment (no real solution so far, just randomly changing them) you will notice, that those 3 diacritics do show up. Again randomly, that “feature” dissappears.
The same thing happens in Total Commander.
Don’t you love, Vista?