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136 Points

Mon, Dec 23, 2019 10:54 PM

How can I add Serbian Latin (Extended) letter to titles NOW?

I used to use:

© for Š.
1 for š.
® for Ž.
3⁄4 for ž.
Đ for Đ.
ð for đ.
È for Č.
Æ for Ć.
è for č.
æ/ć for ć.

With ISO-Latin-2 encoding, but now it disappeared. Also when I try to add the Š, Đ, Č, Ć, Ž letters normally, all IMDb does it converting them to S, D, C, C, Z...

What did you do? How to fix this? Any one who knows?

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8 months ago

Hi De1an,

Thanks for your post and sorry for the delay.

I've cut a ticket for our technical team to look into this issue for you, we'll get back in touch once we have an answer for you.

Do you have a submission reference we can use for review? 

Thanks,

Joel

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136 Points

8 months ago

Thank you for replying to me.

Yes, actually — this one: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7008682/ | https://contribute.imdb.com/contribution/191228-120107-299000/

"Homecoming" (2019): It is "Povratak Kući" in Serbian, and, since I did not know how to use this new Alternate Titles system now, I added "Povratak Kuæi" in hope the editors will change/accept it as "Povratak Kući", but they left it as I entered it, which is "Povratak Kuæi".

I have tried, then, to fix it by using/entering some other Attributes which seemed appropriate (namely IMDb Display Title and Alternative Title and Alternative Transliteration), but nothing changed to this date. The title remained to be "Povratak Kuæi", they did not change it.

I got used to the old system...

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382 Points

Hi, 

We have deprecated the use of the "ISO-Latin-2" and similar encoding attributes, please see the announcement here:
https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topics/deprecation-of-encoding-attributes-for-alternate-titles


> when I try to add the Š, Đ, Č, Ć, Ž letters normally, all IMDb does it converting them to S, D, C, C, Z

Thank you for the report, this issue has now been fixed, you can now enter the Š, Đ, Č, Ć, Ž  letters directly.

Thanks,
Jonny

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136 Points

Thank you, I will test it now.