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  Wednesday, 16 November 2022
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I have an issue that apparently cropped up back in the summer and was recently noticed. When saving a article with code pasted in JCE Pro (latest version but also several previous versions) is adding in a weird character of: Â which is added before every &nbsp and is visible to visitors and fills an article with junk. I prefer to use JCE Pro over TinyMCE but can't because of the junk it is adding.

TinyMCE has no issues with the code.

Here is an example code.
Original code:
<td valign="bottom"><p>Liontamer-Pazzazz Rothrock Tradition By Buddakan  </p></td>

Code when TinyMCE saves it:
<td valign="bottom">
<p>Liontamer-Pazzazz Rothrock Tradition By Buddakan </p>
</td>

Code when JCE Pro saves it:

<td valign="bottom">
<p>Liontamer-Pazzazz Rothrock Tradition By Buddakan </p>
</td>
2 weeks ago
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#112311
is adding in a weird character of: Â


JCE is not adding this character, what is happening is that Unicode content (which JCE generates by default) is being saved to a database table that is not set to support unicode (which it should be). This results in all utf-8 characters being stored as the  character.

One way you can try and fix this, is to download and install Admin Tools Core (free) - https://www.akeeba.com/download.html#admintools-joomla - and use the Change Databse Collation to set it to UTF-8 Multibyte. This won't fix existing articles that contain the  character, but should prevent it in future.

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

2 weeks ago
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#112332
Appreciate the response.

I have an admin tools pro subscription so on your suggestion I ran the Change Database Collation to set it to UTF-8 Multibyte (recommended) which shows in the phpmyadmin as utf8mb4_general_ci collation (UCA 4.0.0, case insensitive). Then ran the suggested repair and optimize after.

I still get it on Docman. Specifically the docman_documents table field named description which is the description field of the document and uses the editor. This field also has the same collation as above and is a type of longtext.

Is there something I can turn off to prevent the update and the characters?

Thanks.
2 weeks ago
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#112340

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

2 weeks ago
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#112365
I am not able to replicate this issue on your site (in the testingjce article). Are there any other instances I should look at?

Furthermore, the places where the characters are occuring are all trailing spaces (a blank space at the end of a paragraph), which should probably not be there anyway, and are usually removed by the editor when the content is saved.

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

2 weeks ago
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#112366
There is one category area of docman ( https://chowclub.org/ccci/breed-information/breed-statistics/2022-breed-standings) that is still doing the issue and is a docman breed statistics category, but everywhere else I checked is good so running the collation fix must have worked in most places. I'll just have to look deeper into what the issue is there.

I know they are trailing spaces and to get the data formatted I take the Word file given, put it in Dreamweaver, run Dreamweaver's fix Word file on it then copy paste the code into the description section and save the document. This is the same process that I use for most other articles as most are submitted by the club in Word or pdf to me to put on the website.
2 weeks ago
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#112367
I know they are trailing spaces and to get the data formatted I take the Word file given, put it in Dreamweaver, run Dreamweaver's fix Word file on it then copy paste the code into the description section and save the document. This is the same process that I use for most other articles as most are submitted by the club in Word or pdf to me to put on the website.


JCE does a pretty good job of fixing pasted Word content...

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.

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