Are there alternatives to the decoder Lebedev?


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At the time, repeatedly used a fairly easy thing artlebedev.ru/tools/decoder they put almost any kind of "krakozyabry" and get behind him and the originally Russian text in the correct encoding.

Now (it's been years, I completely switched to Linux) want to use again and found that it flatly doesn't want to work in a defunct browser (tried Firefox 3.6, Opera 11, IE 7 via Wine). In General, on how many I get or the service is dead or principialno does not support Linux, or something else.

Does anyone know of alternatives services (or local programs) that solve the same task (getting to read Russian text from the wrong (nonconforming), or simply unreadable (such as quoted printable, % or &- codes) coding)?
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And much more, 2cyr.com/decode/
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Sterlized
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iconv?
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Chrome 10.0.628.0 dev
everything works fine.
However, as in midori, aurora.
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Have wrote a small script in Python to define / change the character encoding. Try.
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in Linux rock enca
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Text decoder not geared for a specific character set, yields several results, if you do not see the uniqueness in the results of decoding krakozyabry
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