The text you entered is not valid XML.
The XML character you entered is not valid XML.
The body of the screen is invalid.
If you have problems with it, your browser may have problems either with the XML parser (e.g. Firefox) or the XML-writer (e.g. Internet Explorer). In either case, try checking the spelling on your browser’s help menu. If it still fails, you may need to fix your XML-code.
This one is really annoying, but it’s one of those things that you really have to look at. Because some html entities appear in the text, like
or , they will sometimes cause problems when you receive the content from the browser. The first thing to know is that this is because they are using the wrong character encoding (utf-8). To fix this, you need to make sure your browsers have the correct character encoding (utf-8) set. <br/>
You can also check to see if your browser’s text encoding is also set to utf-8 with a tool called Linguist ( If you see something strange in your text then you may need to fix your xml code.
This is because the text encoding of your browser may not match the encoding of the XML element in the document. Linguist will let you test with two different browsers and make sure you’re using the correct XML tag.
In this case, you can fix it by converting the text in the text area to utf-8. To do this, click the “convert to text” button and select the text in the text area and click the “convert to text” icon as shown below.
In this case, it looks like you have a problem with the encoding of the text in the text area. To fix it, simply select the word you want to fix and click the fix text button.
The font used for the text area is the new default font used in the movie, which is still the default for the movie. In the film, the default font used is the one used in the movie.