Jukka K. Korpela

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bio website cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela
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I’m an author and a consultant who specializes in character codes, localization, web authoring, accessibility, and typography. Author of Unicode Explained and Going Global with JavaScript and Globalize.js.


Jul
9
comment AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1 not work
The image confirms that the page contains UTF-8 encoded that is being misinterpreted as windows-1252 encoded (and browsers actually take iso-8859-1 as meaning windows-1252). Why this happens (and how the page can have worked before this) cannot be solved using the information disclosed. Perhaps the setting was somehow different (ineffectie due to some typo?) in Apache 2.2
Jul
9
comment AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1 not work
Can you post an example URL?
Jul
9
comment AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1 not work
OK, so the setting works. The problem is probably that the actual .html files are UTF-8 encoded. The Apache setting does not cause recoding; it only affects the HTTP headers.
Jul
9
comment AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1 not work
Have you checked the HTTP headers actually sent and the actual encoding of the pages? It seems that the pages are actually UTF-8 encoded, so they should be sent with UTF-8 specified as the encoding.
Dec
16
comment Can't obtain the connected forms of some unicode grapheme clusters with combining diacritical marks
The handling of contextual forms is program-specific (rather than operating-system specific), and rather complicated. It is rather unlikely that you could tune such handling except by editing program source code. The issue has really nothing to do with character encoding. You should clarify the question by presenting your specific problem (in the question itself, not just in comments).
Nov
8
awarded  Teacher
Nov
8
answered How can I get full Unicode font coverage for Gentoo Linux?
Nov
8
awarded  Autobiographer