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The portuguese characters entered in forum creation ou message creation don't display well. They just appear as "?" (mozilla).

Example: "aten��o"

BTW, we have translated the messages file to pt_pt and are trying to use JForum in a Java site (www.java.pt) that is going public tomorrow. :-)

Obrigado pelo bom trabalho!
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hhmm.. on my machine all works fine ( and your example word is ok as well ). Could you please give some information about your machine, like OS, encoding etc etc??

Rafael
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ferdez wrote:BTW, we have translated the messages file to pt_pt and are trying to use JForum in a Java site (www.java.pt) that is going public tomorrow. :-)

Obrigado pelo bom trabalho!



WOW!!! Please let me know if I can help you guys!! Will be a pleasure!!!

Rafael


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Rafael Steil wrote:hhmm.. on my machine all works fine ( and your example word is ok as well ). Could you please give some information about your machine, like OS, encoding etc etc??

Rafael



We are running jforum in a debian "testing", j2sdk 1.4.2, tomcat 4.1.30.

I noticed that in this site it works, with the same browser. The diference must be in the server. BTW, I notice you're running RC2.1, but We've downloaded from sourceforge and our footer says "RC 2 ?". Should we upgrade? If so are there any differences in the data model?


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am gonna to release RC3 until this weekend.

Rafael
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Rafael Steil wrote:am gonna to release RC3 until this weekend.

Rafael



Then we'll wait till then.

BTW the forum in our site is already online in http://www.java.pt/jforum
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ferdez wrote:

Rafael Steil wrote:am gonna to release RC3 until this weekend.

Rafael



Then we'll wait till then.

BTW the forum in our site is already online in http://www.java.pt/jforum



It's amazing to see you work being used

I will fix the avatar size problem, as some users may abuse of it.

On portuguese chars, I had this same problem. It was solved correcting the server locale, in my case.

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Rafael Steil wrote:
I will fix the avatar size problem, as some users may abuse of it.


You noticed, eh? ;-)

Rafael Steil wrote:
On portuguese chars, I had this same problem. It was solved correcting the server locale, in my case.



Can you be more specific? Are you talking about the os, the tomcat server or something else? Can you point me to the config file+property that was changed?

TIA

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Well, in my case, a Slackware machine, I changed the environment variables named LANG and LOCALE .. locale I set to "pt_BR" and LANG to "pt_BR.ISO8859-1"..

As you are getting problem only with the messages, I guess the mysql encoding should be being affected.

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It was, really, the LANG value. It had the dafault: "C". We had to generate our locale definition (in debian it's simply done by reconfiguring the locales package with "dpkg-reconfigure locales").

After changing the system default locale and making sure that the LANG environment variable was right, restarting tomcat was the final step.

Thanks!
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