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Why are some websites displayed with added question marks inside black diamonds
Numbers are displayed with question marks inside black triangles before and following, possibly as column separators.
Every time Firefox opened
== I attempted to access financial websites
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Can you post a link?
You can try a few different encoding settings: "View > Character Encoding" like Western ISO-8859-1 or another Western encoding or UTF-8 You can also try to switch on Auto-Detect: "View > Character Encoding > AutoDetect > Universal"
A diamond with a '?' usually indicates that a character is missing in the font that is used on a website or the wrong encoding is used. You get the '?' on websites that use an 8 bit encoding like ISO-8859-1 or a Windows encoding like Windows-1252. This issue can happen if content was copied from one 8 bit or Unicode encoding to another encoding.