Re: Accidental Ã in html ... how?
I cannot reproduce the error, but looks like a character set issue.
The origin is Word. So, that's copy-and-pasted into a text editor. The
result has the AE character instead of the (r). I just can't figure out
why, and the author claims to be using Text Wrangler, which should do this
just fine (I tested -- I even tested with evil TextEdit).
So, why this is happening remains a mystery.
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