Can we use UNICODE characters like "??????¤????????" in MyLot ??

India
August 5, 2010 7:00am CST
This doubt raised in my when I discover that I can use these symbols on any website through the Character Map . But I have a doubt weather those can be used in MyLot . Please help me !
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5 responses
@voldrox (7205)
• India
5 Aug 10
Hi beachdune, I guess you use them.. unless you are violating rules using those characters. ?
@voldrox (7205)
• India
5 Aug 10
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@voldrox (7205)
• India
5 Aug 10
No, i guess you can't use them. I just copy pasted those characters and only that star kinda character survived. Others turned to question marks.
• India
5 Aug 10
So I think those characters can be used only in the Discussion title and not in the discussion body .
@mysdianait (64035)
• Italy
5 Aug 10
Whether we can or not does not seem to be the issue. Whether it would add more quality to the discussions is doubtful therefore seems no point in using them, regardless of whether we can or not
• India
5 Aug 10
??????¤???????? . But is it allowed in MyLot ? I am not sure whether using these symbols violate the MyLot Guidelines or not . Please tell me that .
@mysdianait (64035)
• Italy
5 Aug 10
Look at the responses, including your comment here. They don't appear so therefore there is NO point in using them.
@qianyun6 (2069)
• China
5 Aug 10
??????¤???????? I copy these unicode characters above, what do you see now? It's quite strange that unicode characters can display normally in the title of a discussion but not the main body of it.
• Canada
5 Aug 10
??????¤???????? That is weird.. hmm
• Canada
5 Aug 10
Well, it looks like you can use them. lol. I'm not sure why they'd be showing up as question marks. It could be an issue with your browser (That used to happen to me on some websites) or you might have to adjust language settings to show these symbols. I can see them on your post though, so we can use them on mylot.
@sjaswon (639)
• Jamaica
5 Aug 10
I never see that. I guess you chose wrong language or country.