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maradei

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I'm getting this appearing when surfing

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Any idea what the heck this is??
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which website are you going to? If it's a foreign website (non english) you may need to adjust your encoding.

If you're finding it on English websites, you need to adjust your encoding back. Right click on a blanck webpage and select encoding-->unicode.

Edited by Numb Remxed, 25 November 2005 - 11:37 AM.

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Thnx AGAIN
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What you're seeing is the code for a transparent gif, but why it was not presented on the page as an image instead is quite mysterious. It's a 32 bit code, so opening with a 16 bit application corrupts it. You may be missing some software for properly rendering it. Are you able to open .gif files properly with internet explorer?
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I did this"Right click on a blanck webpage and select encoding-->unicode"
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