[AdGuard for Windows] Beta version 6.0.83.477

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Bitdefender Internet Security 2016 suffers from the WFP issue - disabling Scan SSL worked fine. :)
I've filed a compatibility issue on github:
https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/477

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Adguard installer is not translated.
Yeah, I know, we'll update AG installer later. New installer design is ready but it will take some time to update installer code.


That's most likely why I saw broken polish letters on my english Win7.
I need to give the Win10 laptop back on Friday. I'll test Adguard as well as an issue with ESET
What was the replaced letter?

I've added new screenshots to the github issue:
https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/466

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PS: I thought you have latin alphabet? Why, why do you need these strange letters there?
Wanna have weird letters - go cyrillic:)
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Pretty much all polish letters (ą ć ę ń ó ś ź ż) are replaced (ł is the exception).
On the Win10 laptop with polish language installed, those letters are replaced by weirdness .
On the Win7 laptop with english language installed, those letters are replaced by correct letters (ą = ą) but font differs.

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Latin alphabet would be too easy. Well, some languages must be harder to learn than others.
Cyrilics? Those hieroglyphs? No, thanks :D
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Ok, I gave the Win10 laptop back, but I will check if the updated Adguard release fix fonts issue.

Win10 x86 TH2 build 10586 && SSL scan in ESET && Adguard WFP driver && Adguard SSL scan = HTTPS web pages don't even try to load in FF 42 x86. Cached web pages could load after refreshing them. Those visited for a first time didn't want to load at all. It looked like the requests were not even being send. Of course I have already forgotten an error message, but it was not unknown cert issuer. I didn't want to mess up too much on the Win10 laptop, sorry.
 
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Win10 x86 TH2 build 10586 && SSL scan in ESET && Adguard WFP driver && Adguard SSL scan = HTTPS web pages don't even try to load in FF 42 x86. Cached web pages could load after refreshing them. Those visited for a first time didn't want to load at all. It looked like the requests were not even being send. Of course I have already forgotten an error message, but it was not unknown cert issuer. I didn't want to mess up too much on the Win10 laptop, sorry.
Known issue, we'll collect everything about that on github:
https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/168


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Latin alphabet would be too easy. Well, some languages must be harder to learn than others.
Cyrilics? Those hieroglyphs? No, thanks :D
Who said hieroglyphs? This is as easy as a pie: http://imgur.com/gallery/bCiPTU5
:)
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Yes, the issue escalated from barely-usable (infinite web pages loading; ~build 10240 times) to completely unusable (https web pages does not load at all ~TH2 build 10586). Disabling SSL scan in ESET 'fixed' it of course

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Why, why do you need these strange letters there?
(ą ć ę ł ń ó ś ź ż) are normal letters but with additional mark. Only ż has dot. Ć Ł Ś Ź Ż looks the same, just 'bigger'/capital letter.

Level 2: Some letters looks like mirror image :)
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Can't find the ticket right now, but one of our users claims that https websites won't open even with disabled SSL scan. I will post an update here and on GitHub when I find it.
 

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(ą ć ę ł ń ó ś ź ż) are normal letters but with additional mark. Only ż has dot. Ć Ł Ś Ź Ż looks the same, just 'bigger'/capital letter.

Level 2: Some letters looks like mirror image :)
I have finally fixed it.

So, the problem is that the font we use, Gotham Pro, does not support "Latin Extended" letters. This font is used everywhere, even on our website.

The only way to fix this (as we cannot change the font) is to use a "fallback" font for these letters. I have chose "Open Sans". It is not the same, but better than nothing.
 

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Boo@: Do you experience the issue from http://forum.adguard.com/showthread.php?5935-Adguard-and-Bitdefender-issue ? In most cases it took 2-3 days to the issue to show up. For me SSL filtering used to work fine with Bitdefender.

avatar@: Hmm... can't wait to see it :p
On the Win10 laptop with english language installed, those letters are replaced by weirdness as well. So only Win7 changed font but kept correct letters. Ok, so the fix should will affect all systems.
 
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