Let me know which browsers you've tested JSPWiki on and the issues involved.

!!Mozilla 0.9.x

* Main development platform is Mozilla 0.9.x.  Mostly everything seems to work fine, both on Linux and Win98.
** Tables still have some bugs, thanks to Mozillas inability to understand simple CSS :-).

!!Netscape 4.7x

* Netscape 4.75, Windows NT 4.0 - does not recognize UTF-8 encoding.
* It would also seem that when it ''does'' recognize the UTF-8 encoding, it messes up the UTF-8 conversion.  This does not happen on Win98, but seems to happen on IE4.x as well.
* Netscape Linux - UTF-8 works but character set incomplete, hence middle chinese character appearing as ?

!!Konqueror 2.2

* Konqueror 2.2.1, Linux.  Does not render all UTF-8 fonts, but does recognize them. Your average åäö work okay, but at least Japanese characters don't show.  Probably a font issue.
* Dispute: when jspwiki.encoding is set to UTF-8, a page with åöä saved in
  Konqueror 2.2.1 on Linux gets cut off at the first (ISO-Latin-8859-1?) char 
* Confirmed.  It also kills any UTF-8 encoded page, so if you edit any page with UTF-8, you remove all UTF-8 characters.  Is this in the Konq known bugs list?
* Ditto with Konqueror 2.2.2.

!!Internet Explorer 5.0

* IE 5.0 SP1, Windows NT 4.0.  Current link in the bottom status bar displays wrong characters with UTF-8 encoding.
* Same with IE 5.0 SP2, Windows 2000.
* IE5.0 and Windows 2000 ''has'' been observed to result in 
  "internal server error"[1] on about two of every three page saves. 
  Unfortunately, I don't know what SP or special circumstances cause this.

!!IE 5.1, Mac OS X

* When encoding is set to ISO-8859-1, still posts UTF-8.  This may be a problem with Tomcat as well.

!!Internet Explorer 5.5

* IE 5.5 SP2, Windows 98 - no problems.

!!Opera 6.0, Win2k & Win98

* Seems to have problems when page is in ISO-8859-1, and you edit a page with 8-bit characters.  Characters get converted into some messy thing.

!!Nokia Communicator 9210

* UTF-8 not supported.
* Browsing works fine, editing as well, saving an edited page causes an
  internal server error[#1] (so could be fixable? contact me --[MikaelHonkala]