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ALobpreis 03-03-04 03:37 PM

Acentos
 
Heh, "acentos" (marked vowels) aren't used in english, but yes in other languages like spanish or portuguese. I had them in my title and location, but the text got corrupted at some moment (don't know why), so I had to edit them. But now I see some letters aren't showing correctly.

Vowels: a e i o u
Marked vowels: á é ß ó ú

As you can see, the marked 'i' isn't displayed right. Why is this? This didn't happen before.

mrsabidji 03-03-04 03:49 PM

It's a german letter that shows instead. It looks like the forums don't support this character.

Test : ì �_

mrsabidji

Edit: this one ì works, if that's of any use to you...

ClyssaN 03-03-04 03:54 PM

ahh uma palavra portuguesa :)

ALobpreis 03-04-04 12:27 PM

Just saw that older posts, where I wrote '°' now appears '?'. :( Weird...

Sazar 03-04-04 12:47 PM

what does it mean ?

:confused:

saturnotaku 03-04-04 01:30 PM

Something must have gotten hosed because my eX-Driver title had the accent over the e and it later showed up as ?X-Driver. Mike, can you shed some light on this? :confused:

MikeC 03-04-04 01:51 PM

I'm pretty sure this change was a result of the server move last weekend. Not only did we upgrade to the latest version of vBulletin, but we are also running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We were running under Red Hat 7 on the former server.

Joerg, who is our server admin, is away until Monday, but I'll let him know about this. Maybe there's a configuration setting that needs to be changed.

But it may also have something to do with the way the data was loaded to vBulletin on the new server. I recall Joerg mentioning that he "imported" the data.

Sazar 03-04-04 05:04 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by MikeC
I'm pretty sure this change was a result of the server move last weekend. Not only did we upgrade to the latest version of vBulletin, but we are also running Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We were running under Red Hat 7 on the former server.

Joerg, who is our server admin, is away until Monday, but I'll let him know about this. Maybe there's a configuration setting that needs to be changed.

But it may also have something to do with the way the data was loaded to vBulletin on the new server. I recall Joerg mentioning that he "imported" the data.

why not just wait till vb3 goes final mike? instead of incremental upgrades :confused:

vb3 rocks :thumbsup: takes some getting used to but once you have... its brilliant... :)

MikeC 03-04-04 05:13 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Sazar
why not just wait till vb3 goes final mike? instead of incremental upgrades :confused:

vb3 rocks :thumbsup: takes some getting used to but once you have... its brilliant... :)

It's been almost a year since we renewed our membership to the vBulletin members area, which allowed us to upgrade from 2.2.8 to 2.3.4 :)

I've been eagerly awaiting for the final version of vb3, but have a feeling they will charge extra.

de><ta 03-04-04 05:14 PM

while you guys are on the fixing up things spree, can u fix the IRC link up there...

cant remember the IRC details.:)

2fast4u 03-05-04 04:12 AM

i recall some ü ä and ö stuff in my sig was also messed up. i just rewrote those characters and it looks fine now.

ALobpreis 03-09-04 08:06 AM

I don't know if this has something to do with this, but I found a paragraph in a review that has a similar problem.

This page, some lines above the SCREENSHOTS title:

Quote:

Note that you can always scale down your video card but you can?t scale up. Check your video card?s documentation to determine witch version of DirectX / pixel shaders it supports. If, for example, your card supports PS2.0, you can choose to compromise many of Halo?s effects by forcing it to run PS1.1. However, if your card supports PS1.1, you can?t force it to PS2.0 ? this is actually happening in hardware, not in software.
Note that the 's were replaced with ?s.


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