Re: font problems

On 02/08/04 19:02:00, Pawel Salek wrote:

>> I using balsa 2.0.16 and my balsa insist to show the '?'  
>> character (even if I set the correct UNICODE eastern- 
>> europe in show-messages prefereces) for an email from  
> Do you want eastern-europe (iso-8859-2) or perhaps  
> western-europe (iso-8859-1)?

I want western-europe (iso-8859-1).

But I would like to real force the encoding of message,  
bypassing the header.

>> And the message had a content-type line ....
>> --> Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
>> plus, balsa don't let me reply to these message !! It  
>> just disapear in
>> the reply windows ...
> Well, that's perhaps the problem: balsa cannot sensibly  
> extract the text of the HTML message when compiled  
> against gtkhtml2.

Something I noticed is that it writes messages using UTF-8  
charset, maybe he just can convert ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8  
correct.  (would be nice to choose the encoding of the  

Well, I am trying to recompile it on my system, actually I  
am using the debian package. Let's see what's happen.

thanks a lot

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