Topic: Lack of international support
In all the widgets that I have tried, there was no support for characters outside of ASCII-7. Even when the texts used where correct, it was sometime impossible to understand them because of too many holes in them. That is, it is impossible:
to input characters necessary for common languages such as French, Spanish, German, etc;
to have the same characters displayed in the widgets: RSS reader, social widgets (Facebook, Twitter, FriendFeed…), corporate widget and so. This is very problematic for all the non-English users.
For us, it would be necessary to have UTF-8 support, so we can read texts with letters such as "é, ê, ñ, À, Œ, ç".