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Was working on a php script, and noticed, that in a string, the ZDE (Zend Development Environment) didn't proper display chars like "é" and "è", and so on... Thought it was a config problem in ZDE itself, but it isn't... got the same problem while surfing e.g. with lynx....
The php script was previously saved under Windows, and displayed well in Zend and on the web page as well.... after saving under Linux, the special chars misbehaved....
How can I setup this, so that special chars will be well displayed? Pretty sure, that it has something to do with "encoding" standard, but where to change this??
As it seems to be a general system problem, can anyone help me please?
That will be a solution for "correcting" scripts that should already be up and running.... that doesn't solve my general display problem.... e.g. while surfing with lynx... Noticed the problem in Mozilla too.... not quite as bad as in lynx, but still many special chars aren't displayed!
But it's a good start
Any idea on how to change the system-wide encoding, so that I won't have to open emacs for all my scripts written before?