Bug ID: 62040
           Summary: Lingo breaks external links containing umlauts
           Product: MediaWiki extensions
           Version: unspecified
          Hardware: All
                OS: All
            Status: NEW
          Severity: normal
          Priority: Unprioritized
         Component: Lingo
       Web browser: ---
   Mobile Platform: ---

Hi, when I add a Link to an external destination containing german “umlaute”
then the link doesn’t work if I save the page.
In preview-mode everything works correct, only after saving the page the link
is broken.

The Link showing in the text looks ok, it shows me: /Preisübersicht but the
link behind the text is broken: /Preisübersicht/

If I make a internal link to a page with “umlaute”, this works.

This works fine: <html><a
href="file://folderA\Preisübersicht\">Preisübersicht</a><html>, the generated
code by the page is: <a class="external text"
href="file:///FolderABC\Preisübersicht\" rel="nofollow"> Preisübersicht</a>

Doesn't work: [file:///folderAB\Preisübersicht\ Preisübersicht]
The code generated by the preview function is: <a class="external text"
href="file:///folderABC\Preisübersicht\" rel="nofollow">Preisübersicht</a>
The code generated by the "normal" page (after save) is: <a class="external
text" href="file:///folderABC%5CPreis%C3%BCbersicht%5C"
rel="nofollow">Preisübersicht</a> this is wrong, the code %C3 + %BC are à + ¼

This Error occur only when on the page is also a word from my Glossary. So the
complete page text is only:

[file:///folderAB\Preisübersicht\ Preisübersicht]

(HTML is defined on my glossary Page)

If i delete the HTML-string from the page, everything works fine. So my Problem
is the Lingo extension.

Software     Version
MediaWiki     1.21.3
PHP     5.3.27 (cgi-fcgi)
MySQL     5.1.42-community
Lingo     0.4.2

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