Does haXe can fix FP-44 issue ?

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Does haXe can fix FP-44 issue ?

Blue Sans douze
Hello list.

http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-40
FP40 issue is a flashplayer bug which lasts for a very long time.
It prevents users for using any special characters (such as é, à,
ê...) on Linux Flash Player.

Currently, I'm using a small function that is called on keyDown :

        static public function accentsAct(texte:String):String
        {
                texte = (~/à/g).replace(texte, "à");
                texte = (~/ê/g).replace(texte, "ê");
                texte = (~/é/g).replace(texte, "é");
                texte = (~/è/g).replace(texte, "è");
                texte = (~/ù/g).replace(texte, "ù");
                texte = (~/ç/g).replace(texte, "ç");
                texte = (~/ /g).replace(texte, "");
                texte = (~/û/g).replace(texte, "û");
               
                return texte;
        }

Could haXe compiler, by anyway, include some hidden routine that will
fix this problem ? I know this is not a compiler related issue, but
Mozilla use to say they can fix this problem with their browser, so I
wonder if haXe could do the same.

Thanks for reading, and sorry for my bad english.

-Blue112.
Free frutiparc.

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Re: Does haXe can fix FP-44 issue ?

Juan Delgado
Link seems to be broken for some reason, try this one:

http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-40

What a bug, BTW.

On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 1:31 PM, Blue Sans douze<[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hello list.
>
> http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-40
> FP40 issue is a flashplayer bug which lasts for a very long time.
> It prevents users for using any special characters (such as é, à,
> ê...) on Linux Flash Player.
>
> Currently, I'm using a small function that is called on keyDown :
>
>        static public function accentsAct(texte:String):String
>        {
>                texte = (~/à/g).replace(texte, "à");
>                texte = (~/ê/g).replace(texte, "ê");
>                texte = (~/é/g).replace(texte, "é");
>                texte = (~/è/g).replace(texte, "è");
>                texte = (~/ù/g).replace(texte, "ù");
>                texte = (~/ç/g).replace(texte, "ç");
>                texte = (~/ /g).replace(texte, "");
>                texte = (~/û/g).replace(texte, "û");
>
>                return texte;
>        }
>
> Could haXe compiler, by anyway, include some hidden routine that will
> fix this problem ? I know this is not a compiler related issue, but
> Mozilla use to say they can fix this problem with their browser, so I
> wonder if haXe could do the same.
>
> Thanks for reading, and sorry for my bad english.
>
> -Blue112.
> Free frutiparc.
>
> --
> haXe - an open source web programming language
> http://haxe.org
>



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