|Author/Date||spaces after ISO-8859-1 characters|
Spaces appear after chars with tilde (ñ, á, é, etc.) when reading messages. It's not just a "visual effect", I can even copy and paste those spaces! So I get "solució n" instead of "solución".
Internet Header says message is Content-Type: multipart/alternative.
View source shows:
and those characters are encoded like:
solución más sencilla es
I have more issues with Scribe and these chars, even when they're not in an html body. I receive mails with these headers:
In this case, tilded characters are not correctly displayed. Example: "?s alg?" instead of "és algú".
If I manually select Change charset->windows-1252 or iso-8859-1, they look correct.
Maybe Western European codepage should be assumed if no other info is provided?
Finally, I also get mails with headers:
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
And again: "A±adir" instead of "Añadir".
In this case I understand headers are incorrect, since us-ascii is only 7 bits, but just to let you know.
|damn, I see forum destroys the lines I pasted, I guess because they are html.
What "View source" shows is:
meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1"
(I removed ">" and "<")
And characters with a space after them are encoded in the form:
(I hope they look ok now when posting!)
|I've fixed the bug that inserted the space after the HTML entity in Scribe.
Was that the only thing or was there something else?
|thanks for the quick fix :)
Yes, there are other issues, the ones regarding the charset used to display the message when no explicit one is defined in the mail headers.
Examples are in my previous posts.
|To change the charset of a incorrectly encoded message right click on the compose control and go into the "Change Charset" submenu.
There should do it.