Thread: ml_dlna
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Old 24th September 2011, 12:59   #4
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You plugin is good, but it does not handle utf-8 correctly.
DLNA (at least miniDLNA) sends all text utf-8 encoded. With Latin characters it's no problem, as their utf-8 representation is equal to ASCII, but for Cyrillic or other non-Latin characters it matters. Now they are showing with broken encoding.
Please, fix it or release a source so I can do this.

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