Problems with Chinese Encoding in Tag Editor (Build 826)
Thread poster: Caroline Moreno
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Chinese to English
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Jan 14, 2008

So, I'm pretty new to using Tag Editor, so maybe this will be a quick fix. What happens is that when I try to save a webpage in Internet Explorer (I've tried to save it both as .mht and .htm/.html) it saves ok, but then when I try to open it through Tag Editor, it either only has the source in English and none of the Chinese, or it has a bunch of funny symbols instead of the Chinese. I've tried using all of the simplified Chinese encodings as well as the Unicode encoding. When I save it as a .txt file, it comes up blank. Any advice or help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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