No need for convert ISO 8859-1 characters to entities on UTF-8 output.

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See for an example.

It returns ä as & auml; and it is impossible for TTS readers to read.

As output is already UTF-8 entitys are useless.
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Keijo Mukku

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Posted 8 years ago

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I see what you mean, we can see if there's anything we can do about it.
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John Celenza

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Those entities are in our language translation strings. Maybe the best option for us would be to un-encode entities when rendering the response.

Let me see how hard this would be to do.

Thank you for pointing out the issue!
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This may also be a problem with alerts in the United States.
They are filled with unicode newlines (an sometimes other things) like this.

\u000AUse common sense...and be extra cautious in the heat of this\u000Aafternoon and early this evening.\u000A\u000ALimit strenuous activities
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Keijo Mukku

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It seems like you have cleaned some of the strings already? Also there seems to be line break tags on strings too.

I hope you can find a solution to fix these problems.

Thanks for all your help...really appreciated!