The mysterious substitution of question marks (was Re: Elves and Ill Bethisad)
|From:||Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, October 21, 2003, 0:30|
On 20 Oct 2003 at 16:38, Costentin Cornomorus wrote:
> --- Tim May <butsuri@...>
> > | Bloody FRENCH and their accents! OK:
> > | Gháùlhôsch! :P
> > (Assuming _my_ mail client doesn't screw things
> > up when I send this.
> They came back alright, too.
It's weird. Only replies by certain people to messages from certain
other people seem to trigger the ?-substitution, but I haven't yet
seen enough data to ascertain exactly who causes who to have the
We're all using text-only (non-HTML) mail clients, to do CONLANG-L
stuff, right? Or wrong? I'm also assuming we're all using MIME.
Quick experiment. Can Christophe send something with a variety of
accents, to which Constentin replies, just to satisfy my curiosity?
Other than that, we could all post with special characters, and all
reply to everybodies posts, but that way lies madness.