Your message dated Mon, 13 Sep 2010 21:17:53 +0300 with message-id <4c8e6ad1.6010...@gmail.com> and subject line kdebluetooth deprecated has caused the Debian Bug report #499762, regarding "Device selector" frame in the OBEX object push client incorrectly displays the device name because of characters enconding to be marked as done.
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--- Begin Message ---Package: kdebluetooth Version: 1.0~beta8-5 Severity: minor When kbluetooth displays the 'Connected to <device name>' notification the device name is displayed correctly. But the "Device selector" frame in the OBEX object push client incorrectly displays the device name. This of course only happens when the device name contains extended characters. Cheers, -- Atomo64 - Raphael Please avoid sending me Word, PowerPoint or Excel attachments. See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html
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--- Begin Message ---Version: 1:0.4.2-3+obsoleteAs of today, kdebluetooth is no longer in debian unstable and a transitional package that installs bluedevil is provided instead. bluedevil is an entirely different software, so the bug you have reported here is uncertain whether it applies to bluedevil or not. If you wish, you may check this bug with bluedevil and if you think bluedevil is also affected, please open a different bug against bluedevil. This bug report will now be closed.Thank you for your understanding.
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