> Data was entered by a Japanese translator using IE5.5, japanese fonts, Win2K,
> Apache and Php with UTF-8 extensions. How can it be wrong? It displays well
> under IE5.5.
Can you be more specific on how did you enter the data?
o Were server/clien encodings UTF-8 for PostgreSQL?
o What are versions of these softwares? Especially of PHP? Is it a
PHP4? if so, what version? What is the "Php with UTF-8 extensions"?
I've never heard of it.
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