Thank you for your response.
If I put, for instance, @charset "<IANA-iso-8859-1>"; in the composition ready panel of Animate it gives me an error.
What am I doing wrong?
I am not sure. I have not used it. I am just guessing so keep that in mind.
Try this and see if it helps.
Ok, done that, but still doesn't work. Always have to open Dreameaver and open all js files that Animate creates (index_edge.js, index_edgeActions.js, etc) and then go to Modify >> Page Properties >> Document enconding:, select Europeu Ocidental and then save the file.
It must be a way to just save the Animate file (.an) with the charset right so he saves all the other files with the same document encoding. Or maybe I'm just confused about charset and document encoding.
But thank you so much for your response. :-)
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Well, I am not sure. When I need to use accents in French and Spanish, I switch to the US international keyboard with French Language and use the keys that give me the character I need. Have you tried that? For example to make the acute accent on a letter I have to press apostrophe + letter, for the umlat I press shift apostrophe + letter, for circumflex accent I press shift 6 + letter and they appear as expected.
But I suppose you cannot use that if you own keyboard is the Portuguese from the start.
Hopefully someone with give you a better answer. i know that we load scripts with yepnope or link and maybe this is what you should do.???
Well, I use a portuguese keyboard and I type in Animate as I normally do. When I want to write a portuguese word like "coração" (heart) I write it exactly like it is and it apears well on Animate. And, off course I do what you described above. I can type...;-)
The problem is when I preview it on the browser. It doesn't recognize the "ã" character, in this particular case. Maybe because Animate saves the js files in UTF-8 and I'm writing characters that UTF-8 does not recognize.
Yes, it apears well. The characters render exactly how they supposed even with the browser in UTF-8...
I believe it is because you are using a different keyboard. As I mentioned above, (I have Windows)I use US International keyboard with several different languages beside English, like French and Spanish.
If you set you keyboard that way, I will work OK but it might be hard for you to deal with the different settings.
If you want, you can send me your text and I will type the corrections for you!
I think changing the input language of the keyboard isn't going to resolve the issue. And I have to use the native language keyboard, not a workaround solution.
And thank you for your suggestion to make the text corrections but it's a lot of text. I just keep saving the files in Dreamweaver and that's that. ;-)
No problem! I agree with you!