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My content-type header looks like:
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">

The page, script and Apache configuration are all set to UTF-8 right now, but for instance, when I paste text from MS Word into the form, it strips out all of the hi-bit characters. I just posted the source for the script to this thread, please take a look.

And I'll defnitely read that page on i18n form usage, thank you for the link. I'm not sure if it will fix the problem I'm dealing with or not, though. The biggest problem is that I can't count on the page encoding dictating the string encoding I get back, so I'm trying to detect it with a hidden form variable instead. The accept-charset attribute just doesn't seem to work with my client's machines.

I might have to try the windows-1252 charset option you mention. I'm not sure if that'll fix all of the broken behavior either, though. I've still got to escape the text to Latin1 with HTML entities before inserting into MySQL (no unicode support).

Thank You,
Troy


In reply to Re^2: Encoding confusion with CGI forms by davistv
in thread Encoding confusion with CGI forms by davistv

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