Warning: Some characters will be lost. - Kmail
D. R. Evans
doc.evans at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 22:13:21 GMT 2009
Steven Vollom said the following at 02/24/2009 01:17 PM :
> On Tuesday 24 February 2009 11:43:28 Glenn R Williams wrote:
> Mine had 'us-ascii' first too. I moved 'utf8' up to the first position. I
> guess if it works, I won't see the warning again. I am forgetful and might
> not notice, so I will thank you now. If the problem is solved and I don't
> notice, at least I will have thanked you friend.
I don't use kmail, but using utf-8 should definitely fix your problem.
I can't imagine why they seem to set us-ascii as the default; there are far
too many characters (as you have discovered) that don't exist in the ASCII
Anyway, UTF-8 should cover any character you can think of without giving
you that error message.
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