#501 pasting texts from gtk+2 breaks NL chars

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NEdit 5.5
Sep 30, 2004

Built on: Linux, 486, GNU C
Built at: Nov 12 2005, 22:12:34
With Motif: 2.2.3 [@(#)Motif Version 2.2.3]
Running Motif: 2.2 [unknown]
Server: The X.Org Foundation 60802000
Visual: 24-bit TrueColor (ID 0x23, Default)
Locale: C

Pasting texts from gtk+2 apps (firefox, gucharmap, ...)
converts the NL characters into some strange unicode
presentation. For example, pasting "боза" ("boza" in
cyrillic) appears as "\u0431\u043e\u0437\u0430". This
is specific to the NEdit text edit windows: pasting
into NEdit file open or find dialogs, or into any other
NL-enabled X app I have tested, is OK. Pasting NL text
from a gtk+2 window into a NL-enabled 8-bit-text X app
and then from it to an NEdit text edit window as a kind
of workaround is OK too. It's not a NEdit conversion,
the text returned XmClipboardRetrieve function is
already in this form.

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