To unicode or not to unicode
rNOSPAMon at flownet.com
Fri Feb 20 15:19:13 EST 2009
In article <499F0CF0.8070800 at v.loewis.de>,
"Martin v. LÃ¶wis" <martin at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> MRAB wrote:
> > Thorsten Kampe wrote:
> >> * Ron Garret (Thu, 19 Feb 2009 18:57:13 -0800)
> >>> I'm writing a little wiki that I call ÂµWiki. That's a lowercase
> >>> Greek mu at the beginning (it's pronounced micro-wiki).
> >> No, it's not. I suggest you start your Unicode adventure by
> >> configuring your newsreader.
> > It looked like mu to me, but you're correct: it's "MICRO SIGN", not
> > "GREEK SMALL LETTER MU".
> I don't think that was the complaint. Instead, the complaint was
> that the OP's original message did not have a Content-type header,
I'm the OP. I'm using MT-Newswatcher 3.5.1. I thought I had it
configured properly, but I guess I didn't. Under
Preferences->Languages->Send Messages with Encoding I had selected
latin-1. I didn't know I also needed to have MIME turned on for that to
work. I've turned it on now. Is this better?
This should be a micro sign: Âµ
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