> "Ã...ge" is not a valid URL encoded string.

I know, but it is valid UTF8. I think trying to url-decode it should not break 
the string. I have a webserver that works against different clients, and not 
all of the clients url-encode data in the url. But all of the clients 
UTF8-encode data. That means that if I try to url-decode utf8-data that’s not 
url-encoded, the data gets messed up and I had a problem until I made this fix.

Regards Bjørnar
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