Ausum wrote:

> I have to deal with documents and its attributes wich have a lot of extended
> characters in them, like the "ñ" or the hyphened "á"..."ú" vocals in spanish.
> The ones who download the pages in Windows don't have any trouble. The ones who
> use Mac  will see strange characters, as it might be expected. Updating a page
> or propertie from a Mac will cause the same problem for Windows users, because
> Zope doesn't convert the extended characters to the web-friendly format when
> properties are added.

Modern browsers usually understand the charset attribute (and IIRC the 
default charset for HTML defined in spec is ISO-8859-1 not MAC ;).

so just put
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html;CHARSET=iso-8859-1">

in <head> section and you should be ok


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