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  1. So, it looks like you are trying to just include the swf? If you are trying to make it dynamically with script, you will need to echo out javascript to run the AC_FL_RunContent() function for every swf you want to show.
  2. Yes, you need to set the correct MIME type though. I do believe it's something like html/text.
  3. It didn't shatter the encoding, I guess the BOM is considered output or something, so it acts like a sort of echo and if you try to send any headers after that it wont let you. I'm just glad it's all fixed .
  4. Well unless you want to do a whole bunch of explode()'s, follow rswildy's post.
  5. Ah, I figured it out! You don't save it as utf-8, you have to save it as utf-8 without BOM. You can do this in notepad++ by going to the format menu, tick ascii, and then utf-8 without BOM, and save. Also you need to set the content-type header as UTF-8.
  6. Erm, thats a client side command. Try reading the RFC first. That always helps a bit considering it has all of the commands -.-.
  7. Hmm, I changed all of the .php files to UTF-8 and absolutely nothing happend -.-, I don't know exactly what to do now. I'll try adding headers and such.
  8. Yeah, I was reading it and realized context is being sold, so I just donated 25 pounds for the cause. Been reading that for a bit, now I'll update all of the files!
  9. Ah, um, what editor should I switch to? I still want highlighting and such, but I need to be able to have it save files automatically as utf-8.
  10. All of the files? Then I might have to switch editors for a bit, I'm cool by that though.
  11. I can use .htaccess, whats the code for the workaround?
  12. It's supposed to be backend, and when I saved the files as utf-8 it must send output the browser so I can't edit headers anymore. -.- I'll change it back to bulgarian so you can see it.
  13. *sigh* Ok, to be able to view a font in a certain encoding, the font has to be in that encoding. Character encoding goes with font.
  14. You may not have the utf-8 version of the font you are using. That's my guess at least.
  15. That's a damn good question, I'm using context. I'll try saving the locale as UTF-8 .
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