On Saturday, September 14, 2002, at 04:31 PM, IDEGUTI Masaya wrote:
> 1) Is it possible for fire to have something like "Preferred Language"
> menu, instead of "Text Encoding" menu? As for Japanese, for example,
> ICQ and Yahoo (and maybe AIM, too) use shift-jis, while IRC uses
> iso-8022-jp (jis). For now we can't use these protocols
> simultaneously. It will be nice if [[NSApp delegate] fontEncoding]
> returns proper encoding according to the protocol and the preferred
> language. (Then, the message should be > "fontEncodingFor:SOMEPROTOCOL".)
That is a good suggestion... we probably also should implement the
ability to assign encoding on a per-buddy basis as well, so you can
override whatever the default is.
Maybe we should have an option to use default for my language which we
could start special casing for Japanese for example.
> 2) Official Japanese Yahoo!Messenger don't use cs.yahoo.com:1863 but
> use cs.yahoo.co.jp:5050 as a server. It is very useful if there's a
> way to switch from one to another.
This should be fairly easy to do. I'm thinking we should bring back the
ability to edit the server and port number, and have a "Use defaults
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