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HTML (?) + Thai characters = Trouble.
Thread poster: sinthon
Local time: 04:21
English to Thai
Aug 15, 2004

Dear All,

Has anyone noticed before that Thai text sometimes get cut off by &# when combined with the HTML for bold text?

It seems to be after the first 14 characters:

Doesn't happen to everyone... Just me?

BTW: Shall we have a Thai language forum where we can discuss Thai specific issues, such as encoding?

Sinthon Klangkan-Engelberg

[Edited at 2004-08-15 20:25]

[Edited at 2004-08-17 15:09]

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Phakawat Padungsil  Identity Verified
Local time: 09:21
Member (2004)
English to Thai
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Yes Khun Sinhon , I just noticed when i read you topic. Aug 16, 2004

It could be something wrong with HTML+Thai. It suppose to be a server end problem.
One vote for Thai forum.

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Péter Tófalvi  Identity Verified
Local time: 04:21
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Proposal to the Mr. Programmer Aug 16, 2004

When writing a new topic or replying to a previous one, please provide some help (e.g. under the data entry window, or in another corner of the screen - BUT show it all the time during the writing session, don't put it in a separately opening window) about what kind of HTML tags and emoticons can be used in the message body.


... (here show the smiley emoticon), and so on.
All decent forum software have this feature.

Many thanks.

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