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I thought MSIE55 used unicode for JScript strings. It seems to work fine in IE60 though.
I just tested this in IE55 and I'm sad to say that this must be a bug in IE55 :-(
Nice to hear that xTree works (partially at least) in Konqueror. I guess I should install KDE on my VirtualPC...
Sent: Feburary 13, 2002
Subject: Re:XTree and ISO-8859-2
Hello, I'm using XTree to hold the chapter tree for the Bible in a digital library project at: http://www.scriptorium.ro/carti/biblia/biblia-cadre.html . XTree is truly, excellent software.
The Biblie is in Romanian so, an ISO-8859-2 must be specified as Content-Type in the <meta> tag to correctly show the special national characters.
It happens only under IE 5.5 . It does NOT happen under Mozilla or Konqueror on Linux.
Is this a bug in XTree or am I missing something?