I recently published a site, and some users were seeing the site as it was intended, and others were seeing all the spaces (;nbsp) as A's. I've attached a screenshot. What's going on?
I would guess they have another default character set on their operating systems or something this way. So not all characters are displayed the way they are meant to.
Looks like you copied that content perhaps from word in ISO-8859-1 format rather than UTF-8? Maybe try repasting the content into a UTF-8 file (with notepad say) then pasting it back into tinymce
Okay, I was thinking along the lines of encoding.
So, I changed the collation on my db to utf8_unicode. Exported all data. Imported again.
Added "AddDefaultCharset ISO-8859-1" to my htaccess file. (suggested by my host)
Seems to have fixed some other issues I was battling with, but I can't recreate this problem to know if it's solved. How can I test to see what some of these other people are seeing?