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Posted by Redneck Jim 2012-05-17 02:25||
#2 What browser are you using, Redneck Jim? Apparently this matters for figuring out what happened.
Posted by trailing wife 2012-05-17 07:22||
#3 In Spanish, diacritical marks are used with vowels and the N. Some browsers cannot recognize the diacritical marks and uses this symbol in its place
Posted by try this 2012-05-17 07:47||
#4 One of the nice things about Rantburg is that there's always someone who knows the answer. Thank you for explaining, try this. :-)
Posted by trailing wife 2012-05-17 08:20||
#5 What is this symbol? �
Normally I have seen it when the article is submitted in an unusual character set, say 'Cyrillic (ISO-8859-5)', and the browser gets confused.
My Firefox is set on 'Western (ISO-8859-1)" and it doesn't like the "Ae" character... IIRC, I switched to this setting some time ago when some Rantburg articles on the Mexican Drug War looked like cypher-text...