commanderW - 2:07 am on Jul 16, 2010 (gmt 0)
It looks like this particular problem has been solved. I would like to add here that browsers do not have universal or identical support for Unicode. Neither do operating systems.
I would like to point to this UTF-8 browser test page [fileformat.info ]
and to the Allen Wood Unicode site [alanwood.net ]. Parts of it are a bit out of date, but there are many links to the details of Unicode and he focuses on the little known problem of Unicode browser compatibility.
Safari, Firefox and Opera still do not have complete Unicode support. Somehow, this is independant of how good the support or installation in your OS is. In my experience it is generally confined to obscure areas like the Miscellaneous Symbols block. [fileformat.info ]
It is worth checking for this difference in support from time to time. I mention this in case you may have 2 problems in this area. Non-UTF-8 encoded text files, and possibly, because of the comments on browser differences in display, this other problem .