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Uniform character encoding
I noticed that the language file (which I'm currently working on to translate to the spanish language) is encoded in Latin 1, yet the output of the software to the browser is in UTF-8. While I understand, respect and actually agree with the idea of using UTF-8 for output, I tend to prefer Latin 1 output simply because that way all of my strings can be written normally (that is, without stuff like á for "Ã¡") and I can rest assured it won't show up as some gibberish. So I guess my suggestion is either change the program's output to Latin 1 or encode all the source files to UTF-8. So long as there's one uniform character encoding format, so that people using languages with characters not in the english alphabet don't have to write a ñ-type code for each and every special character. Thanks for the great work!
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