Split from bug 83754
Since 4.4, "♦︎" (BLACK DIAMOND SUIT, U+2666 U+FE0E) does not display correctly in the Find & Replace Dialog on Linux
Steps to reproduce:
- Open the attached document
- Select the "♦︎"
- Open "Find & Replace" (Ctrl+H)
- Diamond displays in the search box
- Missing character square displays
This is probably a related phenomenon to bug 86399, but began occurring at a different point in history
Created attachment 114513 [details]
Taking the liberty of setting this to NEW myself, as a commit has been identified.
This seems to have begun at the below commit.
Adding Cc: to email@example.com; Could you possibly take a look at this? Thanks
(note also bug 86399, which had a similar effect on some other characters, but was caused by a different commit)
Author: Matúš Kukan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue May 27 16:37:30 2014 +0200
Related bnc#822625: Cache FontEntry with the original FontSelectPattern.
Otherwise we never hit cache directly, only after expensive call to
(I was led up the garden path by a character picker in comment 0, the "U+FE0E", which is a modifier, is unnecessary to produce the character in question)
I was not able to reproduce this bug.
Perhaps, it was fixed too with b1030f75d3e47719ca63ec518f1da75196bead1a ? or is it something else?
I can still reproduce this on Linux (Ubuntu 14.04) after b1030f75d3e47719ca63ec518f1da75196bead1a.
(Caolan's commit appears to deal with compound characters, which this isn't)
This one works on the same machine prior to the commit mentioned in comment 2, so it shouldn't be e.g. a matter of missing fonts.
Migrating Whiteboard tags to Keywords: (bibisected)
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I don't reproduce in Windows in 4.2 so not in 6.5+.