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The solid black dot is against western european(iso) there is an option for cyrillic (windows) also
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try unicode
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OK...changed to Unicode....nothing changed, still J's. Logged off and rebooted...it has now defaulted back to western european (iso) with cyrillic (windows) as one of the unchecked options...oh, and still J's
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any updates from anyone?
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can you give us an example of a website?
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www.bbc.co.uk
www.ebay.co.uk
www.nethouseprices.com

And email messages in Outlook express
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