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      How to use special character suffix for Temperature "°C".

      For example:
      If I use below example to present suffix for Temperature:

      [quote]cwu15,REAL,DB29.DBD224,"page=""Pompa cyrk. C.W.U.""; section=""Ustawienia"" ; label=""Temperatura w °C"" ; comment=""Min. temp. załączenia pompy""; write_access=9; style:=""bezel""; format=""2.1""; [b]suffix:="" °C""[/b]; bounds={40,50}; hidden=((cwu2==1) || (cwu4==0 && cwu4a==0));"[/quote]

      then I have some unspecified character before "°C" as on screenshot below:

      [url=]Untitled[/url] by [url=]grzegorz914[/url], on Flickr

      I use UTF-8 encoding




        Hi, This is most possibly because the string encoding used to edit/save the file does not match with the one specified on the first line of the csv. I am not sure what is the standard encoding used in your area but such kind of things would happen for example if you save the file as UTF8 but then you specify # %encoding WindowsLatin1 (or nothing) on top of the csv.
        Still I am partially intrigued on your particular case because I see other diacritic characters displaying just fine, and also the ºC is correctly displayed after all (except for the leading  of course). Maybe there is some extraneous character before the ºC that does not display on the editor?.
        In any case please first make sure that the string encoding used by your text editor matches the one specified on top of the csv, and then let me know. Thanks




          I use in my *.csv file
          # %encoding UTF-8,
          my editor also uses encoding UTF-8 and I don't know what is wrong.

          Below link to my test.csv file, please check what is wrong.




            Hello Grzegorz,

            We found this to work fine with -at least some- old encodings directly derived from ASCII but to fail with UTF-8 as you reported. This is indeed a bug on the latest version of ScadaMobile.

            We just had this issue internally solved, please see this screen shot showing your file with the UTF-8 encoding:


            This fix will be available on the next update of the app. Thanks for reporting this and sorry for the inconveniences.

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