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[Weechat-dev] [bug #28547] Wrong colour for cyrillic nicknames

From: Eleith
Subject: [Weechat-dev] [bug #28547] Wrong colour for cyrillic nicknames
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2010 21:02:17 +0000
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                 Summary: Wrong colour for cyrillic nicknames
                 Project: WeeChat
            Submitted by: virus_found
            Submitted on: Sun 10 Jan 2010 09:02:16 PM GMT
                Category: None
                Severity: 3 - Normal
              Item Group: None
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
         Originator Name: 
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             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any
                 Release: 0.3.0
                IRC nick: virus_found



Colours for cyrillic nicknames in a chat window are wrong. Unlike regular
latin nicknames, they have "white" colour almost everytime. But they happen to
become "red" (etc.), "underlined" or even with a non-regular background
colour. I stumbled upon a yellow nickname with a yellow background and had to
use mouse to read it (iirc, that nickname was a voiced one, if that ever
matters). Colours are chosen on a random basis for everybody everytime. So,
Vladimir can be "white" now, but next time he shouts, we will see him being
"light blue", for example.

Steps to reproduce:
1) Cyrillic nicknames can be seen in RusNet (not only there), so, connect to
utf8.rusnet.org.ru/7770 , then /join #linux .
2) Wait, until someone with a cyrillic nick speaks.

Actual results:
His nick's colour is "white", but next time it changes suddenly.

Expected results:
His nick's colour is defined as are latin ones. By hash, or whatever. So, if
it's "blue" then it's blue forever.


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