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Message 9 of 1017 November 2016 at 5:11pm | IP Logged
There was another unexplained outage yesterday, it lasted at least 17 hours. Be sure to back up everything you want to keep.
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Message 10 of 1022 November 2016 at 1:03am | IP Logged
AFAICT the pages generated via the 'printable version' button lack character
encoding information, so if your browser defaults to anything other the UTF-8 (the
encoding actually used) you'll get funny characters in most places.
You need to get your browser to use 'UTF-8' encoding in the window where the
printable version is opened. How? Depends on your browser. Mine has an application
menu with 'View' in it, and a 'Character Encoding' option under that, where UTF-8
can be selected among a gazillion others. Of course YMMV.
Hope this helps.
I just edited the downloaded file to say it uses UTF-8 encoding. For my Japanese
that worked fine.
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