posted on Mar, 13 2016 @ 06:25 AM
a reply to: nonspecific
Yup, looks like unicode problem to me. Your computer confuses the code tags of characters and instead of displaying normal letter it displays funky
letters far down the international characters list.
I can tell because the new "words" with funky letters are shorter than the original text. Many funky characters actually are composed of two tags
merged together - so there's less of them getting displayed.
I don't have the problem on Chrome nor Firefox, could be tricky coding coupled with the fact you're on a Linux.