On Wednesday 23 February 2005 13:13, Kae Verens wrote:
> The site is sending as ISO-8859-1. That charset is a bit limited, in
> that it doesn't natively have a Euro symbol. The server should really
> send as either ISO-8859-15, or UTF-8 (recommended).
And hey, if it was UTF-8, you could even write in Ogham :-)
(yeah, ogham is in unicode, though there's only a few fonts
with the characters...)
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