@ckeen Apparently utf-8 isn't handled properly. Squeak can handle latin-1 encoded characters fine which includes umlauts, but depending on the host system you need to tweak some bits.

@hans_martin I have tried to use -encoding UTF-8 as a VM parameter but that didn't change it. Maybe I need a different font loaded in the image?
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@ckeen it's not a font issue but some utf-8 decoding is missing

@hans_martin IIRC there are two ways to describe umlauts in utf-8 though, "A vs. A" compositions. Maybe it is assuming the wrong one?
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