> 4. English EPG is shown, mostly correctly. But for example "Her's" is shown
> as "Her&apos.s".
> But, I get that info via xmltv2vdr, so I wonder if the problem is there
> instead of in vdr.
That's most probably a problem of xmltv2vdr (or its input data). I don't
think there's anything in VDR that would translate a perfectly good
ASCII character into a broken HTML encoding. The apostrophe is at the
same character position in ASCII, Latin-1 and UTF-8, so there's really
nothing that could go wrong.
Maybe you can find that "Her&apos" in the xmltv input data.
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