Note. Some of these bugs may affect other versions of MacPGP as well. For some hints about submitting bug reports see below
The initial release version of FatMacPGP 2.6.3 v1.6 had a number of bugs related to non-English language translation:
language.txt: unexpected EOFfrom MacPGP. This is a bug that FatMacPGP 2.6.3 inherits from the international version MacPGP 2.6.3i. It turns out that MacPGP 2.6.3 expects the "language.txt" file to have either DOS or Unix linebreaks, and can't handle Macintosh linebreaks.
No translations available for language "fr"
These problems have been corrected in the bug fix version 2.6.3v1.6.1 which has now replaced the original version 2.6.3v1.6 on Mike Johnson's anonymous FTP archive. If the above bugs affect you, please follow the instructions to download the new version. The following file contains complete details on the v1.6.1 bug fix, including the source code patch for the version 2.6.3v1.6 sources. (Since the source code differences are so minor, the 2.6.3v1.6 sources have not been replaced.)
Actually they are all saved, but some of them are ignored when read back in. This bug is due to the fact that MacPGP reads the settings in "config.txt" after it reads the settings in the "PGP Preferences" file, and resets the "Treat source as text" and "ASCII Output" Options menu flags to their default values if it doesn't find settings for them in "config.txt". One workaround is to edit "config.txt" as follows:
When selecting recipients for an encrypted message if you:
The encryptData AppleEvent is listed in MacPGP's AppleScript dictionary as taking a parameter named "signature" of type boolean, ie. it should be used with the syntax
encryptData with[out] signatureThis is incorrect and will not work this way. The correct syntax is
encryptData signature included [or   omitted or   separated]
To gather information to submit with a bug report, turn on the "Verbose" flag in the Options menu. Then turn on the "Logfile" flag in the Options menu and select a file to collect the logging information. After running MacPGP to reproduce what you think is the bug, either turn off "Logfile" or quit MacPGP. Then attach the logfile to your bug report. It is also important to mention what kind of hardware and system software you are running on.