@airtex2019 said in Special characters in briefing:
@Obi1 looking at Strings.txt in a hex editor, it is indeed using extended-ascii range bytes for the “fancy” doublequote chars.
So, easy fix for the dev team – just change those to regular doublequote chars.
But I’d love to understand why this is going wrong for you, and nobody else… that’s a big part of why I’m active in this forum – a forcing function to learn about OS changes like this.
I somehow spent decades writing C code for Windows and never had half the crazy problems, big or small, that plague BMS.
Yes. sometimes I wonder too why i am the only one that gets this type of thing and nobody else yet has seen it. Anyway, yes i have english and dutch language on language bar. I think i used both but problem stays same.
The intresting part for me is that that beta setting for utf-8 does fixes a character in my own program, but on another control, the same copy paste character is shown wrongly. In my case its the small circle sign in Celsius for example. Maybe the beta option is called beta for a reason in windows 11?