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This setting tells the editor to convert Greek letters to their relative HTML entities. For example "α" is converted to "α" .
It is a W3C recommendation, but it is not desired in some cases (mainly when typing Greek texts in the editor).So:

  • If it is typical to enter modern greek text, for instance in a greek language web site, then simply set this to false, in order to get the ISO-8859-7 or UTF-8 characters, and not have them converted into entities.
FCKConfig.IncludeGreekEntities = false ;
  • If, on the other hand, text of other languages is typically entered in fckeditor, and you only need greek characters occasionally - such as in mathematical formulas - then leave this to true, in order to get the entities.

NOTE: This option is dependent of the ProcessHTMLEntities setting.

This page was last edited on 9 January 2008, at 22:28.