If you aren't already, try using "WAEncodedKom startOn: 9090" instead
of "WAKom startOn: 9090". This will do the proper conversions to and
from UTF-8 from WideString.
I also have some problem with french characters... (é à è ...) using
- with WAKom
I have encoding problems for strings written in the squeak browser (ex:
a label definition for a description like 'Nationalité')
Inputs done from forms are ok.
- with WAKomEncoded, it's the opposite situation. Description labels are
correctly rendered whereas forms inputs are corrupted...
Do you know how to solve this problem ? (I probably missed something to