Re: Question marks instead of apostrophes
Curt Daugaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Can anyone explain why Netscape (4.78, running on Sid) displays some
> pages with question marks substituted for apostrophes (and maybe for one
> or two other characters)? E.g.
Because the author of the web page used a proprietary charset from a
large software monopolists.
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