kgschlosser wrote:did you happen to simply try wrapping the utf-8 encoded Unicode string in str().
and Unicode is a bear to deal with because there is only 255 characters available to the standard ascii set. and other languages have special characters. i don't understand why you are encoding and then decoding. you should be able to just decode it. or encode it. i can never remember what is what... but i think that encoding means it makes a str() and decoding makes a unicode(). but if you know the language you should be able to use just one. like ('latin-1"). i don't know a lick of how all this encoding and decoding stuff works. and i am trying to learn it but there are so many different examples and articles on this. and a lot of them contradict each other.
Sem;colon wrote:The webserver plugin on github is not the latest version, it would make sense to first merge it with the version in the webserver plugin support topic.
kgschlosser wrote:if you could go into the webserver thread and post the fix there that would be very helpful.that way it gets to the right place and the author of the plugin can apply the fix.
kgschlosser wrote:i do thank you for looking into this. and it's always a loosing battle when it comes to unicode encoding. because there is no 100% method to figure out what it's been encoded with.
kgschlosser wrote:and it's always a loosing battle when it comes to unicode encoding. because there is no 100% method to figure out what it's been encoded with.
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