Forum migrated to Unicode
Thread poster: Andrew Wright

Andrew Wright
United States
Local time: 00:28
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Feb 7, 2006

Hello forum goers,

I've recently converted this forum to using Unciode as the default character set. There is no need to change your browser's default encoding, it should recognize the page's character set automatically.

You will, however, notice that older posts may not currently be legible. If you view these posts you will see a link reading "Is the text in this post garbled? Click here", or an icon of a speech bubble containing a question mark. Clicking either of these will bring you to a dailgue that will ask you a few questions to determine how to convert that post into Unicode.

For more information on Unicode, see the recently revised Character Set and Localization FAQ:

http://www.proz.com/faq/localization


For more information on the conversion tool see the about page:

http://www.proz.com/?sp=charset_issues


If there is anything else that is not fully explained, please let me know.

Andrew Wright
Site Staff


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Vesna Zivcic  Identity Verified
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Thank you Andrew Feb 7, 2006

We'll try to do our best to help here.

Best regards,

Vesna


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