if the page name includes a german umlaut, the page url will create a page id instead of a standard page url

if the page name includes a german umlaut like ä ü ö the created page become an url like confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=7045219.

How can I solve it?

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Hi Anna,
it seems to be the correct behaviour. Links do still work all the same like

[Überraschung]

Just some Usermakros and plugins sometimes forget to handle umlauts well.

Josch

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