I am wondering if I am the only one having this trouble- I cannot access Drei-Conit. Yesterday, I could also not access that country.
I believe the problem is a HTML coding error, because the link includes "/a>" in its address.
Perhaps other people are having the same trouble- This sort of makes it difficult to review all countries when one is accessible.
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Maybe your computer can't display the proper letter? It is an "a" with an accent (I don't know how to type that, but my computer dispalys it)? I have never had any problem accessing the link just by clicking on it. It is Drei-Conita (with an accent on the "a")...
We strip out funky characters for the url itself, so even if your browser is displaying the text funny, the url should still work.
Does it work if you click here?
If not, have you tried another browser? Or perhaps selected some other choices in your browser's Text Encodings listing?
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I think I know why I might be the only one experiencing this difficulty- It probably has something to do with the IME- the foreign language typing toolbar add-on by Microsoft for IE.
Thanks to the IME, I cannot see the accented A in the actual post, and perhaps Internet Explorer is reading the A as part of coding, which is why in IE the link ends in the next contestant's name. Mozilla, however, does not have this problem.
The problem is extremely strange, I'll admit. If you want to delete this thread, please feel free. I'm surprised no one else has this issue.