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GRSS Addon pukes on special characters in toon names


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GRSS Addon pukes on special characters in toon names
Creator deletedAccount
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Status Open
Type Bug
Section of the Site DKP
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Description:
the GRSS addon barfs on toon names that include high order ascii characters... for example:

the Toon Paws (where the a is the one with the little dot over it) ends up ws when in displayed in the roll's screen on GRSS. even though the toon's full and correct name is listed right there in the roster list.

this is on a mac if that makes any difference...

thanks
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5569 days ago
Chops Said:
Could I get a screenshot of what you mean "barfs"?
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5568 days ago
deletedAccount Said:
Quote by Chops
Could I get a screenshot of what you mean "barfs"?



sure.. were raiding in a nour or so.. will do it then..

but in a nutshell, when the addon frame is up, and "rolls" is selected, players with special characters in their names are shown properly... but when one of them rolls, the addon displays a new member with all characters trunkated up to the specia character... EG:

too name Paws (A is a special a) would be ws
Accept (with the special a) would be ccept

etc...


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5568 days ago
Chops Said:
Ahh. I see. In your original statement, I didn't understand what you meant by "ws" I thought it was a typo or something.
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5564 days ago
Bare Said:
Quote by Chops
Could I get a screenshot of what you mean "barfs"?



Same thing as with the wait list I posted about.
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