can't see chinese(in utf-8) content and filename in gtk applications (xmms)
but can see them properly in qt applications (justreader) and gtk2 (gvim)
SL6000L, running pdaxrom 1.1.0beta1,
installed firefly ttf font(utf-8), and firefly(iso10646), taipei(big5) pcf font
installed locale: glibc-locale-zh-hk.utf-8, glibc-locale-zh-tw.utf-8
.gtkrc: set to firefly iso10646 font
I think it's a gtk problem, since when I was using xmms playlist to add song, the chinese utf-8 filename can't display properly. Although i still can add those files into playlist, the playlist also can't display them correctly.
I've tried to set .gtkrc and xmms to use iso10646 and big5 font, no luck!
However when using JustReader2, which is a QT apps, with setting to use the utf-8 ttf font, i can browse the chinese file (utf-8), and can read the content (ebook, big5). I've also succeed to browse the chinese file in KDE using the default file manager.
So is it a GTK+ problem? Any workaround?
Or is there any QT based mp3 player?