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Description of Problem:
I use a international letter ø i bundle display name , but it gets displayed like ? (question mark). I use Xamarin studios. My co worker used monodev, and does not have the same problem. Bug or anyone any ideas ?
Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. Put any international character in info.plist - bundle display name. For example ø
2. Run application
? (question mark)
Weird letters or none at all
How often does this happen?
All the time
Created attachment 3499 [details]
Does it display correctly if you open the Info.plist inside the app bundle?
I suspect this might be a bug in our binary plist writing code.
It looks correctly in the file(under advanced) if that is what you mean. I tried opening it in Xcode, looks good there to, but when I run, it does not (simulation or on phone)
Linn: can you attach an Info.plist file with some international characters?
Unfortunately, I am internationally-challenged :-)
Her are some fro you Ø Æ Å ø æ å
I m attaching my info.plist as well
Created attachment 3512 [details]
Awesome! thanks so much
fixed in git, will hopefully make it into the 4.0.2 release