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Rob

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#1
I wonder if some of you wonderful people out there can help me out with a small problem.
Can you click on "View" at the top-left of this page, and then select "Encoding" and tell me what your setting is, ie, Unicode, Western, Cyrillic, and then what sub-menu you are on ie, for Unicode, UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32, UTF-7.
The reason I need to know is that my system is all arse about face, and I need to get back to homebase. :-doh!

Thanks
Rob
 

rolfw

Believe it when I see it Admin.
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Berkshire
#2
I'm on Western with Firefox.
 

Rob

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#3
Thanks Rolf, but what sub-menu ISO-8859-1, or ISO-8859-15, or Windows-1252, or last but not least USASC11. :cool:
 

Lancelot

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#4
Yep F/Fox 1.07 Western (ISO-8859-1)

What happened mate??


L.
 

Rob

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Essex
#5
Got so mixed up with trying to get the Russian Cyrillic alphabet right that I have ended screwing up everything else, for example my £ sign shows up as a J on some browsers.
And the Russian alphabet is a complete mess, so I'm hoping to get all my browsers (IE, Opera, Firefox, Netscape back to square one and then leave well alone. :)
 

Rob

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Essex
#6
Gotta Ya, Ooh the power to delete bad jokes. :)

Can anyone out there tell me what encoding rating they are on with Opera, IE, and Netscape.
Thanks
Rob
 

Rob

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My Location
Essex
#7
Think I've cracked it now, on IE, Netscape, and Firefox it is as Rolf and Lancelot said Western ISO-8859-1, but on Opera that would not work and after selecting Auto Selection decided to change the fonts.
Go to Tools in Opera - Preferences - Advanced - Fonts, then double click on the type you what to change, then select font type and size.
Now the pound sign in English is £, and the Russian Cyrillic alphabet is readable.
I'm not going to touch anything else, that's it. O-no
 
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