if I create oder edit a template (Confluence 5.1.2), German Umlauts (äöüß) are only shown until saving of the template.
If I create a new page from a template, German Umlauts are not shown. Same if I re-edit the template.
New template -> insert text: "Für eine Änderung muss der Fuß geküsst werden"
Save the template
Edit this template or create new page from this template -> now the text looks like this: "Fr eine nderung muss der Fu geksst werden"
The encoding-setting in Confluence is "UTF-8" and all language settings are set to "german" (Deutsch).
How can I change this behaviour? Or is this a bug and we have to wait until a bugfix?
When I do the same there is no problem, all the umlauts are displayed correctly (Confluence 4.3.7). But I don't know what the problem is. Perhaps this page can help:
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