Adding non-ASCII characters to TinyMCE

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Hi,

I've added a custom character (lower case 'a' with a macron - Māori) into the TinyMCE editor, it shows up fine in the TinyMCE editor window - until I hit the update button at least.

After I hit update it turns the character into a question mark.

Now, my DB encoding and collation are set to UTF-8 as per other threads in the forum, plus adding the html entity code

ā


in an HTML block works fine (see attached image).

So my question is how is the content block input sanitised and filtered?

I see the textarea/controller.php file calls the htmLawed.php third party library, so I thought adding the html entity into the allowed array in the htmLawed.php file would be a good place to start

'diams'=>'9830', 'amac'=>'257', 'apos'=>'39',


but this doesn't seem to make any difference?

Anyone have any ideas?

Cheers,

Dan

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Fernandos replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Fernandos
Hello :)

I wrote a topic specifically for such problems.
Hope it helps you!

http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/internationalization/howt...
drichardson23 replied on at Permalink Reply
drichardson23
Thanks for the tip.

But entity_encoding : "raw" didn't work, I had to use entity_encoding : "numeric"

Thanks again.
vladimirsvab replied on at Permalink Reply 2 Attachments
Hi I am new here and I don't find custom settings for tinymce in dashboard. Btw. my proble is seen on two attachments. Mayby somoeone help me haw to do it if I want to use my language in Concrete5