Where did you have the problem? If the accented characters are not displayed on the right box of the html page, then it would be a problem of the script. Which browser did you use? If you used IE
, try Firefox
, and check the text encoding is UTF-8.
If the characters are ok in the box, then the text (or xml) file you created might have a problem. Assuming you use Windows, when you save the xml file, make sure you select UTF-8 for Encoding. If you use WordPad, select Unicode Text Document for Save as type. If you use Mac OS X, the default encoding is UTF-8, but you need to save the file as a plain text file (not as a RTF file). By the way, I think the file name doesn't have to have .xml (I mean it can be .txt) as long as the content is in proper xml formatting.
Anyway, I tested the five characters, but they came out OK and I was able to import them without any problem. If this doesn't help, can you upload
the original file and the file you uploaded (imported) (in .zip?)? I'll see what I can do.
By the way, I attached the html version of glossaryXMLconverter to this post so that people who don't use Leopard are not bothered by unnecessary items.