RT3, browsers and character encoding

Guys,

    At the risk of asking a question which has already been answered

(I cant find it if-it-has), can someone clue me in to the following :

    Mozilla 1.3 / Netscape 7.0 renders RT3 perfectly, with the

default Character Encoding set to ‘Unicode(UTF-8)’, yet IE 6.0 is unable
to deal with sections of the page, despite having the identical setting,
Switching to ‘Auto’ failed to fix the issue, and looking at the CSS in
webrt.css hasn’t given me any pointers either. Plenty of lovely little
square boxes, each of which morphs into another unintelligible character
as I try different character sets.

    I'm sure this is something simple - I just haven't stumbled onto

the answer yet.

Thanks,

Arthur

Arthur Watts (a.watts@cqu.edu.au)

Web Developer

Faculty of Informatics and Communication | Central Queensland University
| Rockhampton, Australia

That generally means you don’t have the right fonts for whatever you’re
trying to view. What language is the text you’re hoping to see
Supposed to be in?

-jOn Tue, Apr 15, 2003 at 09:18:15AM +1000, Arthur Watts wrote:

Guys,

    At the risk of asking a question which has already been answered

(I cant find it if-it-has), can someone clue me in to the following :

    Mozilla 1.3 / Netscape 7.0 renders RT3 perfectly, with the

default Character Encoding set to ‘Unicode(UTF-8)’, yet IE 6.0 is unable
to deal with sections of the page, despite having the identical setting,
Switching to ‘Auto’ failed to fix the issue, and looking at the CSS in
webrt.css hasn’t given me any pointers either. Plenty of lovely little
square boxes, each of which morphs into another unintelligible character
as I try different character sets.

    I'm sure this is something simple - I just haven't stumbled onto

the answer yet.

Thanks,

Arthur

Arthur Watts (a.watts@cqu.edu.au)

Web Developer

Faculty of Informatics and Communication | Central Queensland University
| Rockhampton, Australia


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