----- Original Message ----- From: "Patrick Ulmer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
The http-equiv tag means not much to browser. Try setting the
content-type
including the charset within the HTTP response
(REQUEST.RESPONSE.setHeader(...)).


I have checked it but it is the same problem. Browser is encoding in
utf-8 correct, but the result (html sourcecode from zope) is not utf-8
anymore after inserting <dtml-var "MessageCatalog('Hallo Welt!')"> and I
don't know why it changed. How can a dtml-var-tag changed the encoding
for the document?


What about

<dtml-var "_.str(MessageCatalog('Hallo Welt!'))">

Use _.str() solves many potential problems

Regards JL.
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