Bad substitution of greek ano teleia in message text
When I type the character "·" (U+0387 GREEK ANO TELEIA == GREEK UPPER DOT) in a message, even if the Content-Type will be “text/html; charset="utf-8"” because of other characters included in the text, that character will be substituted by "·" (U+00B7 MIDDLE DOT), which is incorrectly specified as an equivalent in the Unicode standard but the glyphs are (or should be) different; the GREEK UPPER DOT is the upper dot of a colon (and should be even higher for all caps), not a dot at the middle in general.
Why substitute characters when UTF-8 allows for any Unicode character?
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