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Thanks for that. However, you need to dumb it down a bit for me regarding UTF-8, as I'm not too familiar with setting text format types. How do I do it? That is, what exact line of code do I need?
So you know, I'm loading all these HTML files into an XML object in Flash. The files have a .htm extension, but really they each consist of a single xml tag, body_text, which contains HTML formatted text. So I'm wondering if I need to add a line of code into each of these files?
Also, would it make a difference if I changed my files to have a .xml extension?
add <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> tag to 1st line of your xml, AND
save your xml file encoding as utf-8, if you are using notepad, try this:
- save as, change the encoding (the bottom field) to UTF-8
no worry about your file extension.
UTF-8 (8-bit Unicode Transformation Format) supports multiple languages.