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Wider interpretation of HTML Unicode: Владимby pop-actor® » 9 months ago(April 21, 2018 10:55 PM) Flag | Send PM | Reply | Member since March 18, 2018Too often character codes are showing up inconsistently.I recently PM'd a friend with a SUBJECT in Russian. It shows up normally in the SENT listing, but when you open the message, the title is all HTML Unicode. It's those inconsistencies that I find irritating.When my friend tried to reply, he couldn't. The Subject bar was filled with 7-char HTML Unicode and he had to replace it with English. Maybe emojis in usernames is a bit ambitious, but rendering foreign alphabets without all the character codes is all about Unicode compatibility.I was able to enter Владимир Путин (Vladimr Putin) in the subject on an original post, but it breaks down on editing into seven-digit codes that overwhelm the subject line.
Since when I became so knowledgeable in HTML Unicode
pop probably views it as a tribute,