i have a big problem using structured-text on 
Redhat Linux. I need german and french characters,
which are not correctly represented.
Each word with special character is ignored, for
example: **Köln** ist not translated to:
<strong>K&ouml;ln</strong>. What I get to see is
still **Köln**, so it will not be translated.

I set LC_ALL evironment-variable
to "de_DE" or "fr_FR" or "", I try to start ZOPE
calling "start -L "de_DE" - does not help.
There are also "locales"-directories on my machine
with right files for de_DE, fr_FR and so on ...

It works correctly on W2K or NT4 with start.bat -L "",
but no chance for RedHat Linux... I tried 2 last
Versions of RedHat... Any Ideas? Is there some other
settings, which could help?

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