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    [CLOSED][DUP] Encoding bugs in Examples


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    http://www.extjs.com/deploy/dev/exam...&charset=UTF-8

    Some ukrainian month names (and other tidbits) show wrong characters. Happens in FF 3.0.14 and Opera 10

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    You are going to need to provide screenshots and show what you get versus what is expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjlecomte View Post
    You are going to need


    No I don't think so. See - I'm currently not developing with extjs, just evaluating it if it could serve our purposes. So I'm just browsing the examples ON www.extjs.com and there are evident encoding bugs that strike me.

    I do not know what to expect for "ukrainian month names", but I know when I see an encoding error. I gave you the URL to "your" website. If you do not see an encoding error there yourself, I might provide a screenshot.

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    I have my constructive day today... see attachment
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    I can confirm the issue.

    It's actually a problem with JSBuilder, for some reason it is messing up the UTF-8 content when it inserts the header at the top.

    We already have a report about it, so I'm going to mark it as closed. Thanks.
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