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04/27/2017 01:08:15 AM (14 months ago)
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  • Ticket #7484, comment 3

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    11The problem is mostly with WordPress not properly converting utf-8 filenames to an ASCII version.
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    3 See #WP22363, #WP15955.
     3See #WP22363, #WP24661, #WP15955.
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    55We can wait for WordPress to fix this or we can put in a temporary fix.
     
    77`iconv.patch` will try to convert any utf-8 characters in the filename to their ASCII equivalent.  This should fix the immediate issue with our uploader class, but relies on `iconv`, which might not be available and is a little finicky depending on the system.
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    9 Could try using `mb_convert_encoding()` as well.
     9Could try using `mb_convert_encoding()` as well.  Or if `remove_accents()` worked properly, we could do the following:
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    11 A better method would be using URLify against our filenames:
     11`add_filter( 'sanitize_file_name', 'remove_accents' );`
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     13An alternative method would be using URLify against our filenames:
    1214https://github.com/jbroadway/urlify#usage
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