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every time i write a line with an acute punctuation eg. Touché shows on the page as TouchÃ©
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Hi Gordon, it sounds like the page encoding doesn't support accented characters in the current font. The most common encoding for pages on the web are UTF-8 and Windows-1252, and some fonts might only work properly in one of the two systems.
Do you have this problem on all sites -- even dead simple ones like this one -- or do you notice it with particular text editors?
And in case it's relevant, how are you entering é ? For example:
- Physical keyboard (for example, a shifted key or sequence of keys)
- On-screen keyboard
- Holding down Alt and dialing 0233 on the number pad
- The site "auto corrects" a word like touche to touché
- Something else, like a text replacement add-on