>1) You must post via e-mail, not the Yahoo web interface.So yahoogroups is the culprit. Hm.
>2) You must be prepared for the reader to have to manually selectIn my browsers (SeaMonkey and Firefox), I usually use Unicode.
>1) Yahoo assumes the bytes are in Windows-1252 and converts curlyAha. But via Unicode, virtually all Romanian texts appear okay. If I
>single and double quotes to apostrophe and quote. This typically
>corrupts 6% of characters. The post is then recorded as being in
>2) You must be prepared for the user to manually select Unicode.It is automatically selected in my browsers. Then, when I write those
>Actually, there is a way for Microsoft-haters to send uncorruptedBTW, is IE better at solving these problems?
>Unicode from the web interface. Use the Firefox browser (at least, on
>Windows) and select the UTF-7 encoding. However, this will not work
>if you do not believe that Internet Explorer users should be precluded
>from reading your posts.