[gnome-cyr] [Bug 921] Changed - charset override command for MailDisplay

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Changed by fejj ximian com 


--- shadow/921	Fri Oct 26 08:29:15 2001
+++ shadow/921.tmp.7707	Fri Oct 26 15:32:05 2001
@@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
 Bug#: 921
 Product: Evolution
 Version: unspecified
 OS: GNU/Linux [Other]
 OS Details: 1 Unknown
-Status: REOPENED   
+Status: RESOLVED   
+Resolution: FIXED
 Severity: Unknown
 Priority: Major
 Component: Mailer
 AssignedTo: fejj ximian com                            
 ReportedBy: danw ximian com               
 QAContact: louie ximian com
@@ -116,6 +116,18 @@
 ------- Additional Comments From fejj ximian com  2001-10-15 18:25 -------
 View -> Character Encoding -> *** charset ***
 ------- Additional Comments From hvv hippo ru  2001-10-26 08:29 -------
 Reopening. It seem not to work at all. When one displays mail say with russian and selects different russian or even latin-1 charset from View->Encoding NOTHING CHANGES. The text of the letter should change regardless of whether the charset is specified in the mail headers and regardless of content transfer encoding. Tested with Evo-0.16 from current ximian gnome (not a snapshot).
+------- Additional Comments From fejj ximian com  2001-10-26 15:32 -------
+I discovered a bug recently ( a week or 2 ago?) so it may not have
+made it into the 0.16 release (yaneti was the one who let me know of
+the bug).
+anyways, you still can't override a message's charset if it was
+transformed to UTF-8 without problems - and I don't see why you'd want
+to anyway? If it was validly transformed to UTF-8 given the charset
+that the message claimed it to be in, then changing it to another
+charset is more likely to make it render badly than it is to render

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