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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cemtey, Jul 22, 2008.

  1. Cemtey

    Cemtey Well-Known Member

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    Well when I type here äö or other special characters they appear fine.
    But when I write them in cPanel 3x language file then they will change into %& and so on signs.

    How to fix that? Tried changing utf8 encoding into something else from one lang file but that does not seem to help.
     
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    Cemtey Well-Known Member

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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Are you editing the file via the WHM interface or manually with a text editor?
     
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    Cemtey Well-Known Member

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    Manually from server.
     
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    These forums are not an official support channel. So be patient.
     
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    will be waiting until next ice age but oh well.. :(
     
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    You may want to check for character encoding issues. Verify that you are saving the file in a character encoding that supports those characters. Additionally, ensure that the character set that the charset= entry has matches the character set you intend to use.
     
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