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|0003512||ATutor||Glossary||public||2008-07-25 01:32||2008-11-10 07:33|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0003512: Glossary is case-sensitive|
|Description||In glossary, upper- and lowercase non-latin words are treated as separate words, not a single one. I believe it's one of the first place where an advantage of migration to UTF-8 should be taken.|
|Additional Information||Related to 0003511.|
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|can you give some non-latin examples to work with.|
We've upgraded to 1.6.1 since this report. The problems we've encountered during the upgrade suggest there may be something wrong in earlier ATutors (1.4.3+) and/or our configurations back then that might have caused the bug.
Unlike most people, we used UTF-8 on our production site from the beginning, which might explain why no-one reports a similar bug.
Currently I don't have time to investigate it, so let's assume it's our unique problem and close this issue.
I'll reopen it when/if I have time to find the cause.
|Sure, I am closing this then. Please reopen this if you encounter the problem again.|
|2008-07-25 01:32||IndieRect||New Issue|
|2008-07-25 01:32||IndieRect||Affects version||=> SVN|
|2008-09-25 08:46||greg||Note Added: 0003197|
|2008-09-29 01:27||IndieRect||Note Added: 0003205|
|2008-10-01 06:57||harris||Relationship added||related to 0003511|
|2008-11-10 07:33||harris||Note Added: 0003289|
|2008-11-10 07:33||harris||Status||new => closed|
|2008-11-10 07:33||harris||Resolution||open => won't fix|
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