ps I assume you meant Writer w = new OutputStreamWriter(out, "UTF-8");

On Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 8:33:52 PM UTC+8, Gareth Murfin wrote:
>
> Yeah still no luck, its very weird, still displays fine on span labels, 
> but in browsercomponent its all messed up. Kind of stops the development of 
> this chinese/japanese learning app...on iphone at least.... alternatives? I 
> was thinking of making the screens using labels and buttons, a lot more 
> work than just using the html and might be slow but it would work I think. 
>
> Thanks for all the help, if you have any further ideas let me know, it 
> would be great if you could test it on your iphone sometime, or I can 
> prepare a simple test program to demo the issue.
>
> On Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 4:16:59 PM UTC+8, Gareth Murfin wrote:
>>
>> Wow, a new way I have not seen, thanks Shai! Fingers crossed, will give 
>> it a go!
>>
>> On Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at 11:32:05 AM UTC+8, Shai Almog wrote:
>>>
>>> A better way is to use a writer:
>>>
>>> Writer w = new InputStreamWriter(input, "UTF-8");
>>> w.write(string);
>>>
>>> Check the string in the debugger first to make sure it wasn't corrupted 
>>> before this stage.
>>>
>>

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