Re: ” replacement broken
> Unfortunately, Netscape 4 doesn't understand ” and friends. :-/
Hmm, it seems so (I thought it did). But then again, who cares about
Netscape 4 nowadays? It's totally obsolete.
> A workaround is to use content='...' (or make the rewrite replace
> ” with " everywhere).
I did have " before, but I am changing all quote characters to
” to make the pages more "typographically correct".
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