[opensuse] Cyrillic letter Ѣ
On a fresh install of 11.1/KDE 4.2.2 I am working with a document that
contains Cyrillic characters. There is one character that will not
display in Konqueror (an HTML document) nor will this character display
in Kate text editor, nor in Kwrite. A small rectangular placeholder is
displayed instead which I assume means "unknown character". Other
Cyrillic characters display correctly.
The same HTML document displays the character correctly using Firefox
and a document created with OpenOffice also displays correctly.
The HTML was created from a MS Word doc using wvWare. The Kate, Kwrite,
and OO documents were created by copy-n-paste from the Gnome character map.
See here example of FF and Konqueror:
Any clues as to why a "Ѣ" will not display using a text editor?
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