|Chrome (15.0.874.106) Cause Windows 7 Unicode Filename To Not Display Correctly||YTKColumba||10/28/11 6:31 PM|
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Chrome Version: 15.0.874.106
Operating System: Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
If Chrome is started as the first program after Windows 7 restarted, Windows 7 filename seem to get messed up if they contain unicode character (Chinese/Japanese/etc), they will display as squares. If I restarted Windows 7 and start another program (Foobar2000 which have unicode character in song name), then start Google Chrome, then the unicode will display properly.
There was a post similar for Chromium 5 from before, but I could not find it again.
Note: This could likely be also be Windows 7 problem, but I try this several times and I get the same result.2011-10-29
Extensions: LastPass, Adblock Plus
Extensions: It has nothing to do with the extensions it seems...
|Re: Chrome (15.0.874.106) Cause Windows 7 Unicode Filename To Not Display Correctly||KiCM||2/12/12 7:13 PM|
I have the same problem, though nothing seems to prevent it--if I run Chrome at all, sooner or later, the bug happens. I wouldn't attribute it to Windows 7, as my other PC, which doesn't use Chrome, does not have this problem.
|Re: Chrome (15.0.874.106) Cause Windows 7 Unicode Filename To Not Display Correctly||Shide.Zhang||4/11/12 12:42 AM|
Thanks for posting this. I had the same problem and didn't realized Chrome is a problem until now. In fact in my case, even if I launch Chrome after running some other applications, I still get the same problem.
Not sure if there is a fix available or not. But I found a workaround that seems to work, at least for me.
Install AppLocale and try to launch Chrome through AppLocale. Set Chinese/Japanese/Korean as the language of choice. Which is the equivalent of setting system language to Chinese / Japanese for non-unicode programs when running Chrome.
|Re: Chrome (15.0.874.106) Cause Windows 7 Unicode Filename To Not Display Correctly||xargonax||9/11/12 6:59 PM|
I have the same problem on Windows 7 and Windows 8.
In the latter, the problem appeared right after installing Chrome on a fresh OS installation.
The workaround for both Win 7 and 8 in my case is to place a Chinese/Japanese named file on the Desktop.