> Testing now. First off, the splash screen within Tux Paint still
> says 0.9.15 from 2005.11.25. I see your About screen has the right
> version (although the build seems to be from a few days in the
> future ;^) )
Splash screen fixed. (I like to stay ahead of things on the build
date :-) )
> Secondly, Chinese (both), Japanese and Korean are ALL showing up as
> Can you perhaps try using an older SDL_ttf, like John is on Win32, and
> see if these locales render properly for you?
Hmm... including SDL_ttf 2.0.6 doesn't help. I also ran Tux Paint
0.9.14 and 0.9.15 and I also get the squares with the Korean language
selected, so the problem may have been around for quite a while on
the Mac side of things.
> I tried playing with locale settings in the Mac's System Preferences
> dialog, and some worked, some didn't seem to do anything, except
> pick the
> next option down the list (e.g., if I moved Portuguese to the top of
> the list in the Mac's settings, Tux Paint would end up using the next
> language down... other languages worked properly, e.g., Hebrew)
Do you know how Tux Paint reads the language settings from the Mac
System preferences. Via an environment variable? settings file? I
perused through the code but can't seem to find the spot where the
Mac language settings are read...
> One more issue. It seems the locale is not being kept track of inside
> Tux Paint. If I change the locale to Catalan in Tux Paint Config,
> the UI text is all Catalan, which is correct.
> However, none of the stamps play their descriptive (spoken) sounds,
> when I click them.
> e.g., when I click the Rooster stamp, I do not hear
> play after "rooster.ogg" plays.
> Additionally, when I click the number stamps (i.e., "0.png" thru
> I get the english sounds (e.g., "0_en.png"), rather than the Catalan
> ones (e.g., "0_ca.png").
It works fine for me, after using Tux Paint Stamps installer to
install stamps for the "Current User". This evening I updated the Tux
Paint Stamps XCode project, as it was placing both the stamps gzip
file and the unzipped stamps directory into the installer bundle,
making the installer twice as large as it should be. I doubt this
would have affected proper installation of the stamps, however.
Maybe try compiling this latest installer and running it, just in
case it solves the problem for you...
> Ok, one more, then I'm done. ANy reason you include only the english
> plain-text (TXT) version of the documentation, and not the HTML docs
> (either instead of, or as well as the plain-text)?
I'll throw in the HTML docs as well! Alternatively, I could include
the HTML and/or text documents inside the Tux Paint application
bundle and make them accessible via the Help menu (from the Mac