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  • Wayne Luke
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    You screenshot doesn't have anything to do with what I said. Those options apply to URLS only.

    You can change the Locale and Character set of your Language under Languages & Phrases -> Language Manager. Edit your Language.

    There is documentation on MySQL character sets and collation located on the MySQL website here: https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0...t-general.html

    You would have to run this query on both servers to see what they are set to for your site:
    Code:
     
     SELECT @@character_set_database, @@collation_database;
    You would have to make them match.

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  • matheus2
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    However, are multilingual strings being converted to ????

    YOU HAVE A TUTORIAL Make sure the new database has the same character set and collation as your old database
    Last edited by matheus2; Mon 5 Aug '19, 10:58am.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Your new host doesn't support UTF-8. Make sure the new database has the same character set and collation as your old database. Make sure the vBulletin Language is set to use UTF-8 as the HTML character set in the AdminCP.

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  • matheus2
    started a topic help erro language vb 4.2.5

    help erro language vb 4.2.5

    help me
    am migrating my site to another host.

    However, are multilingual strings being converted to ???? Programação3

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