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frakme:
Shall I post more or is that enough to get someone to reply?

frakme:
Is there any more assistance available on this matter?

ziycon:
I had a brief look over this topic, I see that the database is set to utf8_unicode_ci and the database tables and the connection are set to utf8_general_ci. Would you be able to backup the whole database and change everything to one or the other, might be easiest to change everything to utf8_unicode_ci and the server seems to already be set to that.

frakme:
Thank you for your reply. I will try that and see how it goes.

Norv:
Hello frakme,

Sorry to have gotten so late to this issue. Please, let us know if the problem of your forum is still unsolved.

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