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Terms of service encoding problem
Hi folks, I'm reporting this issue in a separated discussion as Max_B suggested.
I've just found another encoding problem which was not reported yet, as far as I know. The terms of service don't display international characters correctly in latin-1. However this time they aren't replaced by a "?", but by other characters combinations. For example, "Ã©" are replaced by "ÃƒÂ©".
This is another issue, the term of service link open a new window to display termofservices.php. This file does not include header.php nor any meta element so the encoding is left to the browser, wich default most often to latin1, while the text is utf8 encoded.
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