On 2003-04-26 07:52 Andreas Heinchen wrote this:
>I checked that out, here it looked like that:
> =E6' displays as -> '=C3'
> '=F8' displays as -> '=D5'
> '=BF' displays as -> 'OE' (Unicode 0x152) melted together (sorry, i don't
> have such an charakter an my keyboard and i even can't copy&paste it in
> '=A1' displays as -> 'oe' (Unicode 0x153) also melted together
I tested this on the "American Beauty" DVD. All Norwegian characters were
displayed correctly. I haven't edited any SPU related settings, but here
I'm using Mandrake 9.1. One thing to note is that I do not use UTF-8 as is
default in Mandrake >=3D 9.1 and Redhat >=3D 8.0. But turning UTF-8 on does
not seem to make things worse.
The norwegian characters, btw., are:
=E6 (æ, UC 0x0e3)
=F8 (&oring, UC 0x153)
=E5 (å, UC 0x0e5).
In capital they are displayed like this: =C6, =D8 and =C5.
"Outlook har den sideeffekten at det ogs=E5 kan brukes til =E5 sende mail."
- Gisle Hannemyr, Universitetslektor
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