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£ &pound signs in cute editor

Last post 04-26-2007, 6:00 AM by mcmnet. 3 replies.
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  •  04-11-2007, 10:12 AM 28154

    £ &pound signs in cute editor

    £signs keep disappearing as soon as i save from the cute editor to the database, they simply vanish... gone.
    no other symbol suffers the same fate as the iconic pound sign.
    why is this? why can i not save pound signs. why does the cute editor strip them out? and why can't i find anyone else experiencing this misfortune!?!?
    please help.
    if i simply hit the £ (shift + 3) in HTML view the pound symbol will be removed when saved
    if i enter £ into the CODE view the pound symbol will be removed.
    if i enter £ in HTML view the pound symbol will be saved, but then removed when saved again... as it is now a £ symbol in CODE view. 
    many thanks.
  •  04-12-2007, 6:55 AM 28188 in reply to 28154

    Re: £ &pound signs in cute editor

    has anyone got any ideas? i'm not at all familiar with the foundations of this editor so wouldn't know where to start looking on what variables to set... need some guidance!

  •  04-13-2007, 3:27 AM 28241 in reply to 28154

    Re: £ &pound signs in cute editor

    We are investigating this issue and will get back to you as soon as possible.
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  •  04-26-2007, 6:00 AM 28858 in reply to 28241

    Re: £ &pound signs in cute editor

    i found a sotution to the problem, it's to do with the browser and the server encoding files. my web pages default to iso-8859-1 and i believe my server was defaulted to UTF-8, dropping the pound sign on post backs - i believe the same would happen to the euro sign.

    apologies for accusing your editor, but it was the only thing on the page, and this problem has passed unnoticed until now!

    noticed that his events had no pound signs in them.  Upon further investigation I had determined that the £ sign would not be present in the form data posted back from the client.  The solution for this is to change the request/response ending for the form or, more appropriately, for the whole site by changing the web.config file as follows











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