unicode char subject unsupported

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Diamanti
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unicode char subject unsupported

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In threadPaneBox rows the subject not handle unicode char also if tip do.
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Re: unicode char subject unsupported

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Your post is not at all clear. Perhaps you should try to restate the issue.
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Re: unicode char subject unsupported

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In panel where have email list, when the subject have a unicode char, it not show correttly but as a hex code.
But now I have checked better: this occurs only if the unicode character is the last and is broken by the end of the column.
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Re: unicode char subject unsupported

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I can replicate this. If an email has a non-BMP character in the subject (say, an emoji), narrowing the "Subject" column down to something too narrow to show the character, SeaMonkey will show the high surrogate only (as a hex code) followed by the ellipsis.
Same for the "Recipient" and "From" columns, although I'm sure the problem won't come up there as often, since people usually don't have non-BMP characters in their names.

Thunderbird doesn't have the same problem.
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Re: unicode char subject unsupported

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Pim wrote: July 15th, 2024, 12:35 pm I can replicate this. If an email has a non-BMP character in the subject (say, an emoji), narrowing the "Subj

Fix -


#1. Move column 10px to the right.

#2.
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Re: unicode char subject unsupported

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Fix banal, implicit in the problem.
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