Problem with broken unicode filenames of attachments on Google Mail
[b]Problem[/b] [b]Google Mail[/b] and [b]Attachments [/b]have [b]problems with[/b] multibyte unicode [b]filenames after download[/b]. Currently with Vivaldi you cant store attachments having unicode characters in it with their correct filenames. The unknown chars are replaced with dashes. :( [b]Solution[/b] 1. Install extension [i]User-Agent Switcher[/i] from https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/user-agent-switcher-for-g/ffhkkpnppgnfaobgihpdblnhmmbodake 2. Press the extension button in extension bar 3. Open Options of extension 4. In tab [i]Useragents[/i] select group [i]Google Chrome[/i] 5. Hit green button [i]+New Useragent[/i] 6. In first field Name add [i]Chrome 49[/i] 7. In second field User-Agent add [i]Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/49.0.2623.87 Safari/537.36[/i] 8. Hit [i]Save[/i] button 9. Close Options if you have problems on GMail act like this: 1. Press the extension button in extension bar 2. Select Chrome 49 3. Login at GMail Now with downloaded attachments the filenames should have all their characters correctly. Yippieeee.... :)
Internal Vivaldi version has already fixed the issue.
I think next week Snapshot will that have it. Then all works without any extension needed.