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Old 07-25-2011, 09:22 AM   #1
j-ray
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PHP5 - Zend Framework->translate: capital vowels with acents disappear


Hi,

we are using zend framework and CSV files for internationalisation and they do their job but i. E. vowels like are not displayed if running under linux. The development stations use Windows and here the letters are visible. Editor's encoding is set to uft-8 as well as the charset of the html page...

Do you have an idea that could help? Would be highly appreciated,
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rayz
 
  


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