From: Mark Martinec <Mark.Martinec+<moin@ij...> - 2006-03-15 14:55:09
Using moin-1.5.2 for an intranet site which makes heavy
use of page names (URL) with national characters.
This works fine under Firefox, and even works well
for reading under IE.
a menu edit link of the page (other links in the menu are fine).
Here is an example, the page URL (stripping out a common prefix) is:
this produces an 8-bit mess in the browser bottom line
when mouse is hovering on the edit link:
(lousy transcript, it looks even uglier showing weird characters)
and clicking on the edit link results in the following
URL as seen by a web browser:
As you can see, the raw string of 8-bit UTF-8 characters
gets encoded again, forming an invalid (doubly encoded) URL.
Miraculously, this works fine under Firefox or Konqueror :)
For now a quick fix is to modify common.js, stipping out
most of the stuff, or to disable 'active scripting' in IE.
Is there a better fix for the mess?
From: Alexander Schremmer <2005a@us...> - 2006-03-19 23:18:11
On Wed, 15 Mar 2006 15:54:51 +0100, Mark Martinec wrote:
[Bug in the JS code?]
> Is there a better fix for the mess?
There is a bug report in the wiki about it. I added a note there that I
could not reproduce it using IE 7 Beta 2. Please add further information
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