Page creation is failed when the double bite characters are used in the title of the parent page

PageMe! failed to create a wiki page when the double bite characters are used in the title of the parent page.

Expected: It should be works when when the double bite characters are used for the parent page title.

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We'll analyze the plugin and we'll give an answer as soon as possible.

Thank you 

we have studied the problem of the characters and I have found a way to solve this problem. As soon as possible, we will publish a new version of the add-on with this improvement. I will send you a mail when the new version is available, sorry for the inconvenient.

Hi, Pageme has a new version in the marketplace. This version solves the error with characters are Chinese, Russian, Japanese, etc. The versions are: Jira 6 - pageme-1.1.2: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atsistemas.jira.plugins.pageme/versions#b71 Jira 7 - pageme-2.0.1: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atsistemas.jira.plugins.pageme/versions#b81 I hope that this new version can help. Saludos, Regards

Confirmed the fix.  Thank you for your support.

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