#13 Invalid KML file when csv file is in UTF8

closed-fixed
nobody
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2010-05-04
2009-10-30
No

If the csv is a UTF8 file then the coordinates of the first placemark in the generated KML file start with 3 invisible, special characters (see attachement)
When loading this file in a google maps the place is then either not displayed or in a wrong position.

Discussion

  • Juerg Hessel

    Juerg Hessel - 2009-10-30
     
  • Choon-Chern Lim (Mike)

    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Choon-Chern Lim (Mike)

    Try 2.1.1 released, Go to the configuration dialog, set the character encoding to iso-8859-1

     

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