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Thread began 12/08/2009 7:52 am by davas56386677 | Last modified 12/16/2009 4:39 pm by davas56386677 | 1811 views | 4 replies

davas56386677

Look into my code please...

Hello Mr MITTERMAN,

Here is the link to my new development site: admin

In the menu use the option UTILISATEURS (users) and click on GRAPHIQUES (charts).

This points to the following file: users_Chart.php
which in turn uses : users_Reports_data1.php
When editing the <object classID...> from within users_Chart.php with XMLEditor (ver. 1.4), and using an "é" (acute accented e) in line 116 of file users_Reports_data1.php (see below)
<legend size="12" color="#272b4b">Total nouveaux enregistrés</legend>
the chart fails to complete
If I don't use an "é" in line 116, the chart completes normally. (see line 117 commented <legend size="12" color="#272b4b">Total nouveaux enregistres</legend> )

I tried the same, replacing the "é" with &eacute; and similar display problems occur.

Finally I searched on the net and found something that I did not try at this moment:

The suggestion consists in using what follows:

In XHTML, the language is declared inside the <html> tag as follows:
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="fr" xml:lang="fr">
...
</html>

So, could it be useful to add this type of language tag into line 100 of the code (file: users_Reports_data1.php) so that FLASH interprets the french accented caracters correctly ?

Please try it out and tell me what you changed in the code and in which files, so that I can download them from my development site.

Many thanks

Dan

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