Thanks Wolfgang, this solves the problem. Now only remains the problem in panels Open/Save that not show correctly the names of directories.
El dom, 03-06-2012 a las 00:14 +0200, Wolfgang Lux escribió: > Hi Germán, > > > Seems like there are some encoding problem see, in attached image, how > > open panels show some directories names. Other problem with Ink, maybe > > related, occurs with spanish spell checker (the english works fine and I > > guess other languages, like french, show same problems), each time I try > > to correct a word I get the error: > > > > 2012-05-24 23:42:57.877 Ink Language: Spanish > > 2012-05-24 23:42:57.987 Ink Service to > > start: /home/german/GNUstep/Library/Services/GSspell.service > > 2012-05-24 23:42:57.987 Ink Port: GNUSpanishSpellChecker > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.417 GSspell NSLanguages = (AmericanEnglish, > > English, CanadaEnglish, Spanish, BritainEnglish) > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.443 GSspell Registered spell server for > > language AmericanEnglish > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.445 GSspell Registered spell server for > > language English > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.453 GSspell Registered spell server for > > language CanadaEnglish > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.455 GSspell Registered spell server for > > language Spanish > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.457 GSspell Registered spell server for > > language BritainEnglish > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.464 GSspell Spell server started and waiting. > > 2012-05-24 23:42:58.514 Ink Set proxy > > 2012-05-24 23:43:02.171 GSspell Call to delegate caused the > > following exception: Tried to add nil to array > > I finally got round to track down this error. The problem was in the GSspell server (which means that setting a breakpoint Ink would not lead you to anything). Apparently, aspell was returning its suggestions with ISO-8859-1 encoding but the GSspell server was expecting UTF-8. If have changed the server to explicitly request UTF-8 encoding for suggested words and this should fix your issue (at least it did for me using a German dictionary). > > Wolfgang >