On Sunday 03 September 2017 22:51:17 deloptes wrote: > wofgdkncxojef@... wrote: > > in kmail-trinity you see what? 🍇 > > and the rest of trinity? > > copy paste it in firefox, libreofice xed etc.... > > if you have the proper settings UTF-8 must be fine. > In kmail there is only one bug open that I need to track which gives me � > in the title of some emails. > > Have you selected the proper encoding under "View"? I keep it to auto and > it works 99% ... > > I am not sure how much of the UTF related fixes got into 14.0.4, but from > memory I think all should be there, if not there in 14.0.5. > > As I am using a lot of UTF (German, Cyrillic) I spent some time last year > to fix what was annoying me in the past 10y :D > Slavek also added his magic snip of salt, so I now build 14.1 which should > be similar to 14.0.5 in terms of UTF and I do not see any issue except this > specific kmail titles only on specific html mails. > > Perhaps you try 14.0.5 and/or check your settings - LANG="en_US.UTF-8" - or > similar should be sufficient. > > I am on debian and can not speak for anything else > > regards > I'm on linux mint 18.2 mate 64bit i can see the grapes in xed, libreoffice, firefox, vlc, kiten and synaptic. But in none of trinity apps..... $ echo "$LANG" en_US.UTF-8 you meant options > set encoding? already on auto-detect in here "Miscellaneous Technical" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Unicode_characters#Miscellaneous_Technical firefox shows almost all of them konqueror shows almost none. i'm not obsessive about this, i'll install 14.0.5 when it comes out.