it seems to be a PHP issue regarding how to save PHP source files, I think it is related to the BOM, Byte Order Mark, http://www.unicode.org/unicode/faq/utf_bom.html#BOM: can you check if you have extra chars before "<?php"?
glad to see that you solved the issue saving with no BOM: I hope this tip will be usefull also for other "unicode" PMF users who wants to customize/review the localization strings
Could you send me (email@example.com) your language file (.zip or .tar.gz, no plain file for avoiding encoding corrumption) and your phpMyFAQ version?
I guess that the issue could be arised by using not-ASCII chars in the title of a faq (See e.g.: <Internal Links...> drop down).
Could you also email me a compressed version of the HTML source of your PMF broken (==with no WYSIWYG editor) page when editing a FAQ ?
ATang wrote:I'd send you the UTF-8 language file.
ATang wrote:I guess you're right. The WYSIWYG editor was disappear only when I edit the old FAQ page. If I make a new FAQ all is ok.
Please, could you email me those two scenarios? Just the HTML source for both cases, the working and the failing. I want to verifiy if there/where is something broken in PMF code. I'm not able to reproduce it by my own 'cause I know nothing about Chinese language.
ATang wrote:There is no meaning in the file you wanted, because the error was occured by the old content, which was created before I use the UTF-8 encode. When I run a fresh new phpmyfaq in UTF-8 encode, all is ok.
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