Can't see cyrillic script in KudoZ.Net
Thread poster: Ivaylo Ivanov

Ivaylo Ivanov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
English to Bulgarian
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Nov 13, 2003

I can't see cyrillic script in KudoZ.Net although the encoding for my Internet Explorer 6 is set to Auto-Select and Unicode (UTF-8). I also tried Cyrillic (Windows) and other cyrillic scripts but the downloaded questions written in Bulgarian are still unintelligible.

What can I do to fix this?

Thanks


 

Emilia Vinarova
Local time: 04:59
Italian to Bulgarian
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Cyrillic. Nov 14, 2003

Opitajte se da otidete v Opcii na Explorer i da promenite Fonts.

 

Ivaylo Ivanov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
English to Bulgarian
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TOPIC STARTER
Dont't work either Nov 14, 2003

emmav wrote:

Opitajte se da otidete v Opcii na Explorer i da promenite Fonts.


The font is set to Language script: Cyrillic ;(
Probably it is not the problem.


 

invguy  Identity Verified
Bulgaria
Local time: 05:59
English to Bulgarian
Auto-Select needs to be off (in my experience) Nov 16, 2003

I had frequent problems while I was keeping Auto-Select on. Since I unchecked it, I have encoding at Cyrillic (Windows), and only have problems in isolated cases - probably due to someone using KOI-8, or maybe Unicode under some OSes.

IE 6.0, Win98SE, FlexType 3.2

BTW: Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs - Multilanguage Support - Cyrillic (installed and checked)


 


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