• Resolved sonamor

    (@sonamor)


    I have a form which takes Greek Characters.

    When the email is received the labels of the various textboxes from my form are being displayed in Greek Characters just fine. Whatever has been put into those text boxes in Greek, is being displayed in its HTML encoded value. e.g. A becomes Α etc.
    See screenshot below.

    I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction.

    https://i.imgur.com/vZ0PHSR.png

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  • Plugin Author FormCraft

    (@nishncraftsnet)

    Please update your plugin and try again?

    sonamor

    (@sonamor)

    Hi,

    Thanks for the update.

    The problem is partially fixed. While in the actual body of the email the greek characters are being displayed correctly in the from field (where the first & last name are supposed to be displayed) they are still encoded with html values.

    Please see this example

    https://i.imgur.com/5HK7Jm9.png

    Kind Regards,
    Romanos

    Plugin Author FormCraft

    (@nishncraftsnet)

    Can you try this with Google mail? Can you also share the From Name you are using?

    When I use Greek chars in Form Name they show up fine in Gmail. It might be that your email client doesn’t support non-English characters.

    sonamor

    (@sonamor)

    Hi,

    I’ve just tried to send the email to a Gmail account as well, the outcome was exactly the same.

    The from field on the email is supposed to display [field2] of my form.

    The form name is “Παραγγελία” which means “order”.

    Kind Regards,
    Romanos

    Plugin Author FormCraft

    (@nishncraftsnet)

    Please try updating to 1.2.1

    sonamor

    (@sonamor)

    Hi,

    I can confirm that it’s working as expected now. Thank you a lot.

    Kind Regards,
    Romanos

    Plugin Author FormCraft

    (@nishncraftsnet)

    Please consider leaving us a review if you are happy with FormCraft:
    https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/formcraft-form-builder/reviews/#new-post

    Thanks.

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