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  1. Basically the title, and probably related to the other post about timers.xml saving as ASCII. How to reproduce: 1) Open channel editor 2) Select channel by keyboard or mouse 3) Press F2 to edit channel name 4) Copy/type in ช่องทำอาหาร or anything else not ASCII What happens: Text is replaced with ? or . What should happen: Entered text should remain
  2. When recordings are scheduled, timers.xml (%programdata%\CMUV\DVBViewer) state is saved as encoding="iso-8859-1". This prevents any international (Arabic, CJK, Thai, etc) filenames from being recorded if DVBViewer is shutdown and re-opened. Any non-iso8859 characters are replaced with "?". and turn into " " (space) in recording filename as a result. If DVBViewer is continuously running (not shutdown between recordings) then the filenames are correctly written as they appear on EPG. Solution: change timers.XML encoding to utf-8
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