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  • No German "Umlaute" () in Comments since Upgrade 5.1.8

    As described here (German), Comments in my Forum (http://forum.pfadfinder-biedermannsdorf.at) cannot include german "Umlaute" () since the Upgrade to 5.1.8.

    When trying to post a comment including one or more of those characters, users get an error:


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    When editing an existing comment (without Umlaut) and adding any umlaut, the whole comment-text simply disappears:

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    The text for stating the reason of editing is unaffected (ie. can contain umlaut):

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    vBulletin version 5.1.8
    mySQL version 5.5.44-37.3-log
    active hooks: Noypiscripter_vB5_FloatingBar, tapatalk_init_smartbanner, tapatalk_run_smartbanner
    active extensions: Package: Rellectlikessummary
    issue occurs independent of style (also in vb default), independent of language (also english), apparently independent of browser
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  • #2
    The problem persists after upgrading to 5.1.9

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    • #3
      The problem exists also in 5.2.0 patch level 2.

      It exists as soon as there is some "strange" characters in the answer. I think I have seen a Jira about it but I cant find it now.
      However I would like to know the status of this since it is one of the main features in vBulletin. I guess the comment function is what is called threaded mode in version 5 and it is absolutely useless in swedish and I suppose many more languages when it cant handle special characters. I suppose it is pretty useless in english as well since it does not work with some english characters as well.

      So I guess the question is for what version it is planned and if it is far away I am begging to get it prioritized.

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      • #4
        Did anybody already create a JIRA entry? Also, maybe this one (VBV-14916) is related to the issue.

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      • #5
        Hi guys,

        I am currently using vBulletin 5.2.0 and it works for me.
        Take a look at this thread created today.

        The collation of my DB is latin1_swedish_ci. All tables use this collation.

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        • pmquist
          pmquist commented
          Editing a comment
          hi there,
          i wonder if that is a comment or just a reply? since not logged in i cant tell, but it looks like a reply, which works fine for me as well.

      • #6
        Hi,

        I am using the version 5.2.2 and the issue is not fixed yet. Its still there even in the vBulletin official forum

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        • #7
          I've re-escalated the JIRA so it can be reviewed again. I am sorry this hasn't been resolved yet.

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          Wayne Luke
          The Rabid Badger - a vBulletin Cloud demonstration site.
          vBulletin 5 API - Full / Mobile
          Vote for your favorite feature requests and the bugs you want to see fixed.

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          • #8
            Hi Wayne, Thanks for giving priority to this issue

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