- Sorry, it was my fault not handling correctly the decoding on the php, it works ok. Oriol. ... Sorry, it was my fault not handling correctly the decoding onMessage 1 of 9 , Sep 28, 2006View SourceSorry, it was my fault not handling correctly the decoding on the php, it works ok.
Oriol.2006/9/28, Oriol Gual <oriol.gual@... >:
Thanks for responding. I've tried what you told me about the example at yahoo, and it is working ok with accented data. I debugged my code and I saw that the data is encoded in utf8, could this be the problem? And also, how you've reproduced the problem?
Oriol.2006/9/27, jennykhan <jennyhan@... >:
I see your problem now. Please go ahead and file a bug through
> Hi Oriol,
> I'm unable to reproduce your problem. For example, if you go to
> and start typing "école", you should have no problem submitting or
> receiving accented characters.
> If you are still having problems, please submit a URL with steps to
> reproduce, and include your OS and browser.
> > Hi,
> > I have a similar problem: when the inputs contains accented
> characters I do
> > the replace server-side, and the results are OK. But the problem is
> that the
> > widget itself doesn't recognise the accented chars and the results
> > selected, is there any solution on this?
> > Thanks,
> > Oriol.