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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: serious problem with FileReferenceList in Chrome on Mac
Date Tue, 03 Nov 2015 18:01:28 GMT
Oh, I forgot to add that one reason to send the 776 to the server and ask
for the corrected filename is because I think you may find an existing
PunyCode library for Java that would do the mapping.

On 11/3/15, 9:59 AM, "Alex Harui" <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

>On 11/3/15, 9:43 AM, "Marcus Fritze" <marcus.fritze@googlemail.com> wrote:
>>Thanks for the advice. It’s maybe the quickest fix to create a
>>ActionScript function that fixes the file name of any selected file
>>before I upload a file to the server.
>>But seems to be a lot of work, to fix all the allowed UFT-8 characters
>>which are allowed in file names.
>I only did enough digging to find the two links.  I don’t know if it is
>better to fix the file names before upload, or ask the server for a
>corrected file name before displaying it to the user.  There might be
>existing code that will fix the UTF-8 in browsers or in JavaScript that
>you could call via ExternalInterface.  There might be an ActionScript
>conversion.  Or you might be able to get away with a simple test for the
>776 character and have a table of replacements.
>>Please, correct me if I am wrong, but this is a Google Chrome issue,
>>right? Should I file a issue for Chrome?
>There might be more than one issue here.  IMO, Flash should properly
>display the string with the 776 character.  I’d be surprised if there
>isn’t already an issue filed against Chrome, but I would expect their
>answer to be that they are doing the “right” thing.  I’m not an expert in
>this stuff, but it isn’t clear to me that it is “wrong” to not use 228 in
>a UTF-8 app, especially if there are algorithms out there that do
>sorting/collation based on breaking out the diacritics, or for making
>valid URLs.
>Good luck,

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