rob wrote:NOTE: This still doesn't fix Chinese, Japanese and Slovenian characters (on some servers). Although some users successfully used Greek, Hebrew and Arab characters without any problems.
In an attempt to confirm this, I just ran some tests editing Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Slovenian text blocks in both my WonderCMS installations, using a virtual WinXP SP3 installation with IE8, a native WinXP SP3 installation with IE8, and my Linux box with FF 3.6 and Chromium 11. Unfortunately, I could not reproduce the desired issues.
(But I came across some other issue, which I posted in its own thread
Anyway, back to topic, both my installations can handle Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew and Slovenian text, but strangely, only my home server can handle Chinese
text. The WonderCMS installation at my webhoster's server results in „false“ when pasting Chinese characters.
rob, could this be helpful in solving this? Can I otherwise conclusively compare these two installations (I already sent you both phpinfo files a couple of days ago...)? Or what else could I try to help you get on top of this?