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  • Steve Machol
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    If I knew the answeer I would have responded.

    I'll see if I can get a Dev to look at this for you.

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  • QTI
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    would tech support be able to resolve this? shall I contact them instead?

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  • michtsoi
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    I also have this problem too

    90% of Chinese characters are shown properly, but some chinese characters become unreadable characters.

    I have set the character set in config.php as utf8. I have checked the character set of the table vb_post is utf8.

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  • QTI
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    Originally posted by Colin F
    Hi

    Is this happening to existing posts only or also to new posts (after the character set change)?
    both existing and also to new posts!

    thanks!

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  • Colin F
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    Hi

    Is this happening to existing posts only or also to new posts (after the character set change)?

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  • QTI
    started a topic UTF-8 language problem

    UTF-8 language problem

    Sorry about my "non-technical" phrasing of my problem below.

    I use the default English language in vBulletin and most of my users post in English, but some of my users post in Chinese occasionally. I have set the language option of vBulletin to UTF-8. Most of the things are fine, but some (not all) chinese characters are not displayed properly (like "you" and "police" in Chinese), and a "?" will show up instead.

    Does anyone know how to fix this problem?

    Thanks!
    Last edited by QTI; Tue 10 Jan '06, 12:33am.

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