Umlauts in form labels

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When umlauts (found in German, Finnish for instance) are used in the form label field, they show correctly in the backend where fields are added but break on the front end in the form block and also in email notifications. For instance Äö shows as Äö .

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PhilYoung replied on at Permalink Reply
PhilYoung
Hi,
The developer fixed this issue in relation to the actual field entries using the code below

{
            //Fix UTF-8 issues
            $field->$col = utf8_encode($val);
                     }
line 117

in the file src/FormifyField.php. I am no developer but I assume a similar short fix needs to be applied to the form label and handle. However, Its beyond my ability.

Best
Phil
DigitalDesign replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks for a tip. I'll give this a try tho I'm not too proficient with coding.
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