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      When you enable theming, if you start a win32 gui app that is ANSI (and not UNICODE), some controls get unicode strings where they should not be, and you get garbled text.
      I tested on ReactOS trunk r64112, with russian language, the following app: qemu-w32-setup-20140801.exe, available at http://qemu.weilnetz.de/w32/qemu-w32-setup-20140801.exe . See the screenshots and logs for more information.

      1. comctl_subclass_ansi.patch
        2 kB
        Sylvain Deverre
      2. comctl32.patch
        3 kB
        HBelusca
      3. failed_ansi_unicode_test.7z
        1 kB
        Sylvain Deverre
      4. non_themed_log.txt
        5 kB
        HBelusca
      5. ntuser_window.patch
        2 kB
        HBelusca
      6. test_comctl32_theme.7z
        1 kB
        Sylvain Deverre
      7. themed_log.txt
        6 kB
        HBelusca
      8. user32.patch
        2 kB
        HBelusca
      9. uxtheme.patch
        3 kB
        HBelusca

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          Sylvain Deverre
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          My tests don't show the bug anymore on reactOS, so it should be fixed now.

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          Sylvain Deverre
          added a comment - My tests don't show the bug anymore on reactOS, so it should be fixed now.
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          Jared Smudde
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          Closing then.

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          Jared Smudde
          added a comment - Closing then.
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          Rafael
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          Problem is still there, if you use another themes (royal blue, zune, luna, posready). if use - lautus default theme, then everything is ok.

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          Rafael
          added a comment - Problem is still there, if you use another themes (royal blue, zune, luna, posready). if use - lautus default theme, then everything is ok.
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          Sylvain Deverre
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          Rafael This looks like a font issue for me, not related to what this bugreport was for (I am not able to reproduce your issue with a latin charset).

          Changing the window title font to "Tahoma" or "Ubuntu" should fix your issue.

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          Sylvain Deverre
          added a comment - Rafael This looks like a font issue for me, not related to what this bugreport was for (I am not able to reproduce your issue with a latin charset). Changing the window title font to "Tahoma" or "Ubuntu" should fix your issue.
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          Rafael
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          Sylvain Deverre, problem disappeared, after changing the font, thanks,.

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          Rafael
          added a comment - Sylvain Deverre , problem disappeared, after changing the font, thanks,.

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              HBelusca
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