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thank you for the tip with the customization layer. I’ve  exactly followed the instructions on:



and I got a HTML-File in the utf-8-encoding, like:


<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">


But my IE 6.0 displays only a little box-Symbol for the &thinsp;-Entity  :-(


The command


$ less file.html


shows für the &thinsp;-Character




What did I wrong or is the IE 6.0 not able to display these character properly.


Thank you very much.




Von: Bob Stayton [mailto:bobs@sagehill.net]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 7. März 2007 02:19
An: Buergel Robert, EG-75; docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org
Betreff: Re: [docbook-apps] &thinsp;


Actually, that character is recognized by IE6 when you use an output encoding of "utf-8".  It just isn't recognized in the default output encoding of "iso-8859-1". 


You need to use a stylesheet customization layer that sets the output encoding to utf-8, as described here:



Bob Stayton
Sagehill Enterprises
DocBook Consulting



----- Original Message -----

Sent: Monday, March 05, 2007 5:21 AM

Subject: [docbook-apps] &thinsp;


Hi all,


I want to write a thin space betweeen two character. For this I found the &thinsp;-Entity.


But if I write in my docbook-File something like this




in order to generate a HTML-File with the standard html/docbook.xsl-File


I get a html-File with




which is obviously a unknown character in the Internet-Explorer 6 :-(



Any hints?


Best wishes





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