> Have you tried using the utf8 meta tag rather than using the htmlentities()
> function? That should solve the first issue, as I reckon the problem lies
> with the way your encoding the filename.
The page is being encoded in UTF-8. Without htmlentities() the
special character is displayed as a black triangle with a question
mark in it. Does that indicate that the filename isn't being stored
> Lastly, have you made sure your php scripts are saved as utf8, as that can
> sometimes solve some odd problems with character encoding.
This didn't seem to change anything.
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