TinyMCE and unicode
"Your problem seems to be concrete"-related one. I'd guess that your backend doesn't convert the HTML entities properly so your Turkish special chars remain entities.
1.) ask the people who built concrete to fix this bug.
2.) hack the backend code to convert all entities back to UTF-8 characters (except the "HTML special" chars)
TinyMCE can't do any of this on its own. At least you shouldn't count on it!
The current svn version and 220.127.116.11 use an RC version (3.3rc1). Not sure why Andrew decided to go with an rc for a stable c5 but there 3.3.8 in the meanwhile, I'm sure they fixed some bugs as well, maybe even one which is related to this problem.
I tried to replace the files, cleared the cache but the content block didn't work afterwards. Will try to replace it again later but if someone knows what could go wrong when I replace 3.3rc1 with 3.3.8 - please tell me (:
15°C - where are you from? It's more than 30 in Switzerland ;-)
Also thanks for reply. Hope will be fixed as it came with new versions.
I just stumpled upon the same issue after moving to a new host. Everything was fine when developing on my server, after moving to the new host, german umlauts (äöü) are shown cryptic when:
1. Saving content in TinyMCE - after publishing the page it shows correct characters
2. Editing already existing content with TinyMCE
Still I do not believe it is only a TinyMCE-problem as the characters are also displayed wrong in FileManager and the Properties Window of a page.
SQL and phpinfo show UTF-8, I suppose there could be some .INI file somewhere wrong, I've contacted their support about it, lets see what they find.
If anyone else has some ideas about that - I'd be glad :)