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Russian chars being rendered as garbarge in Cutesoft Editor

Posted on 2013-05-22
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I am trying to read Russian Chars stored in a utf8_general_ci database into a Cutesoft editor.  I can write to the database with the editor and write to a webpage the Russian language accurately.  But, when the Russian language is brought back in for editing in the editor it is scrambled.  I have tried every variation of encoding in the webpage I can think of.  Nothing is working.  

http://www.rptadmin.com/T2/admin/webpages/default2.asp  This link takes you to a page that shows very simply the problem: instance of editor with Russian messed up and below it a textarea with the same field printed in the textarea correctly.   Right now all encoding has been removed.  

Thank you  in advance for your assistance.
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I give up.  I installed TinyMCE last night and in 15 minutes all the issues I had with cutesoft went poof.  For what ever reasons I could not Cutesoft to understand the issue and accept that the issue was with their editor even after multiple attempts to demonstrate the flow to and from the database.  I had spent days working with them.  They also had a entry on their forum detailing the exact issue with no real solution.  Multiple instances would also created havoc in firefox and there was an ongoing  conflict with the security I had on the webpages.
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