#6141 CRUISE: Cruise for a Corpse Spanish - Incorrect character

Cruise for a Corpse
Graphics (902)

ScummVM version: 1.5.0
Language of game: Spanish
Version of game: 256 colors, DOS
Platform and Compiler: WIN32
Bug details: "á" character is shown in text, instead of "é", happens during the entire game.
Way to reproduce it quickly: start the game, examine the book of the bookshelf (second shelf from the top), you'll see the text: "Algunos libros tácnicos de navegación", and should be: "Algunos libros técnicos de navegación".

The same game runs correctly using DOS or Dosbox.
Md5sums attached, just in case you need them.


  • depaz

    depaz - 2012-09-17

    Cruise Spanish MD5

  • depaz

    depaz - 2012-09-17
    • labels: --> Graphics
    • milestone: --> Cruise for a Corpse
  • depaz

    depaz - 2012-09-18


  • digitall

    digitall - 2012-12-04
    • summary: CruisE: Cruise for a Corpse Spanish: wrong character --> CRUISE: Cruise for a Corpse Spanish - Incorrect character
  • digitall

    digitall - 2012-12-04

    depaz: Apologies for the delay at getting to looking at this bug. I had forgotten that the Cruise CD version is multilingual, so I could try and replicate this issue. I have managed to replicate on Linux x86_32 with the latest Git master.

    This is probably an incorrect value in the Spanish Font Table found in scummvm/engines/cruise/staticres.cpp.

    I have checked and the character in question is looked up from character index 130... Trying to work out what the value should be atm.

  • digitall

    digitall - 2012-12-04
    • assigned_to: nobody --> tdhs
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
  • digitall

    digitall - 2012-12-04

    Fixed in commit dd50e98309c1f8e8bb3aaf571a09437c994a60e9. This will be included in the next nightly build, which you can download to check: http://www.scummvm.org/downloads/#daily. Please comment here or reopen if this isn't fixed or there are further incorrect characters.



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