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Known issues

372 bytes added, 07:36, 16 November 2012
GRAMPS cannot import media with non-ASCII characters on filename
The [ replacement character will be often a "�" (black diamond with a white question mark)].
You can try to fix the filename by setting the correct character. Now you will be able to import this file into Gramps !
== GRAMPS cannot display some characters into reports ==
RTF (''custom''), Postscript (''latin1''), LaTex (''latin1'') file formats on output are not designed for an unicode support.
It is possible to get a strange non-ASCII character handling by using these formats.
It could be very specific, because it has been tested and improved since many versions, but possible.
== GRAMPS cannot set date greater than 21 ==

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