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Krunose schrieb:
No, HTML entities probably wouldn't work. Letter 'đ' is not passed like that. Don't know if they can fix that easily.

This letter works with me by Alt+numeric 240 (208 is upper case) method on Windows 10 on three Pootle projects: Mozilla, LO and Pootle 2.8.0. I tested it with Icelandic.


08.04.2017 u 19:38, Krunose je napisao/la:
Does that mean Pootle can't be set to this to work? Don't think chines characters are ASCII but I guess they can use there script. Think it's related to what is passed to URL.

These character should be passed to URL as html entities and think that would fix it. That's what happens to 'đ' when search for that letter.

Can you confirm that to mailing list? Think they can fix that?


08.04.2017 u 19:33, Michael Wolf je napisao/la:
Krunose schrieb:
And seams that 'đ' is recognized correctly. Maybe because that letter is used in other languages?

Yes, it's ASCII. It exists in Icelandic and Faroese. \u00D0 and \u00F0 (hexadecimal).

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