Re: "Rom?n?u4w==" or "Română" , which is correct? (fwd)
> > Since we are talking about how to display correctly Romanian characters,
> > I should point to you that iso-8859-2, which is used to display Romanian
> > text is not good enough. Two Romanian letters are left behind. This is
> > corrected in iso-8859-16, but there are not fonts for this encoding.
> > I am talking about <t comma below> and <s comma below> which are
> > <U021B> and <U0219> in Unicode.
> What about <U0218> and <U021A>? ;) How do you work around it with Latin 2,
> use the chars with cedilla?
Yes. What else can be done?