From: Mahesh T. Pai (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 05 2006 - 22:46:19 CST
souravm said on Fri, Jan 06, 2006 at 08:37:08AM +0530,:
> Hi All,
> I've an application which can be used for downloading file over web. Now
> if the file name contains Unicode characters which are not in iso-8859-1
> range, the name appearing at the browser (in the download window asking
> for save) coming as junk.
Which browsr is this? I guess the problem lies in the browser which is
not able to recognise the filename.
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Then, why did you send this to list? (your organisation has a means
of recognising posts to mailing lists and not adding this nonsense to
such mails). Please contact your sysadmins - they need to set it up
-- Mahesh T. Pai REVOLUTION, n. An abrupt change in the form of misgovernment.
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