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I was trying to cite my source, but I don't think I did it right. Can someone fix it please if not. Lytel 14:31, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

UTF-8 support missing / broken[edit]

As everyone can find out for themselves when opening a UTF-8-encoded file with the latest version of ConTEXT, it does not properly display special characters like umlauts. Therefore, UTF-8 support is not working (even though that is claimed in the program's feature list) and I've removed that part from the WP article. I've tried ConTEXT because I needed UTF-8 support and read about it here. If you check out the forums for ConTEXT at you'll see that various people have experienced the same problem with French and Chinese characters. As somebody writes in the forum: This question used to come up a lot and if I remember Eden's (the original developer) answer correctly (you can search the original forum) there is a component used in ConTEXT that is fundamental and it does not support unicode. -- (talk) 22:54, 21 November 2008 (UTC)