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Access Restriction Rules for french words

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Todd74, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. Todd74

    Todd74 Networkin' Nut Member

    hello all

    I'm french and I use Tomato 1.27 with a router WRT54GL.
    In France we have words with accents. (nobody is perfect) :biggrin:
    I wish enter some words with accents on "Access Restriction" for forbid access for my child
    So, how enter some character with accents "éàè" etc... in this place (?)
    because Tomato exchange these characters "éàè" with another characters.
    example for the rules:
    -> "désir" in french = "désir" after save words in Tomato

    Thank very much for your help
  2. dbt78

    dbt78 Networkin' Nut Member

    Tomato can manage the CP-850. Your browser is probably
    set to UTF-8 by default. (IE7. .8)
    You must change the encoding type. (ISO)
  3. Todd74

    Todd74 Networkin' Nut Member

    Hi dbt78

    thanks for your answer. :)
    If I change my browser in ISO format I have "éàà" in Tomato but don't match words in my browser. If I enter "Désir", my browser display results with this word. -> no good
    If I force my browser in ISO I have "désir" on my page.
    So how enter this words in Tomato ? has he a code for compose the words with accents ? Has he some generic characters like MS Dos ? "? *"
    Can I make "D*sir" or "D?sir" ? This is an example :wink:
  4. dbt78

    dbt78 Networkin' Nut Member

    . And you can try to uncheck in IE: Tools -> Options -> Advanced: "Send IDN server names"

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