G_FILENAME_ENCODING broken in GTK 2.24.17?


I use a system which uses ISO-8859-1 encoding for paths and filenames.

If I use Firefox and try to open a file with, for example, german "Umlauts" in the filename, directly in an external application, then Firefox saves the file correctly to /tmp but passes the path to the external application as UTF-8-String (which, of course, can't work).

If I manually open the file into LibreOffice, then it opens, but I'm unable to print it out as Libreoffice passes a broken path to "lpr"...

How to fix this?

Thanks in advance



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