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2.3.2: Using ISO-8859-1 character set breaks WYSIWYG editor

  • I have a few different blogs, and recently I needed to shift the charcter set on a new install from UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1 character set (to make the RSS feed compatible with another product).

    When I did this, any new posts I make get cut off in the editor. I can type a long post in, but after about 200 characters or so, the post is cut off a saved as the short version.

    If I move to the old style code editor, I can enter any sized post I like.

    Any ideas

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  • I have the problem too, which seems to be that the editor cuts off your post at the first double space, when the encoding is set to ISO-8859-1. Other than that, it appears to work alright.

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