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Charset Woes

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Krimchik, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. Krimchik

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    Hi all, a dumb girl question.

    My clients speak Russian, and I have changed the language in WHM to Russian, and this switches in cPanel as it should, but...

    The encoding is western, and this makes all the text unreadable. It needs to be utf-8.

    When I contacted support they weren't too helpful and said it wasn't poss to change, they suggested I have EVERY client, EACH time they access cPanel, to change the encoding manually.

    Well, that's not very user friendly, and certainly not what is doable. Really, is there no way to change the encoding?? Hard to believe that there are no cPanels in other charset, or that CPanel is so short sighted to eliminate the other languages.

    I have RVSkins, which works fine in other languages, but it's ugly and not editable.

    So anyone have a solution?

    Cheers, Lena
     
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    Ow, found it, was searching wrong, sorry.

    But why could'nt the support tech just tell me to edit stdheader.html? So simple.
     

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