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08/28/2019 03:31:33 AM (3 months ago)
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  • Ticket #47941, comment 2

    initial v1  
    1 I may have not made myself clear: I know that UTF-8 is part of the standard. What I noticed is that when I copy from the browser into the form user-edit.php, the characters show up (correctly) as percent-encoded. When I save the form, the form shows `https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-rsner-83736/` which is obviously a 404.
     1I may have not made myself clear: I know that UTF-8 is part of the standard. What I noticed is that when I copy from the browser into the form user-edit.php, the characters show up (correctly) as percent-encoded. When I save the form, the form shows `https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-rsner-83736/` which is obviously a 404. It looks to me like the form 'sanitizes' the encoded character. Try, I think you have all the information to replicate.