>> The Problem:
>> On the receiving end (webpage) the the POST variable doesn't arrive
>> intact. Only the first letter.  In this example case only "t" arrives
>> (so "t = test" instead of "test = test"
>> As suggested, the value arrives intact (in this case "test")

> It's no bug. The component user is responsible to format
> posted data properly.

> Most likely you have to convert the Unicode string to Ansi or
> UTF-8 first.

Interesting !!!
So POST and GET data, when sent to a host, are not unicode ?
And so what I provide to the component when I do a GET, in unicode, is 
converted in the component to something else (UTF 8 ?) before it's sent out 

Ok, I will do a conversion and test again.

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