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  • in reply to: Twitter shield utf-8 #52707
    avatarJason
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    Thanks for your help. Here is what I’ve got so far. I sent some random characters and here is the posted tweet:
    äöüß ÄÖÜ €xm²/kg³ tweeted äöüß ÄÖÜ €xm²/kg³ (worked great)
    1µ€ ₠ ₡ ₢ ₣ ₤ ₥ ₦ ₧ ₨ ₩ ₪ ₫ € ₭ ₮ ₯ ₰ ₱ tweeted 1µ ? ? ? ? ?? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (some characters worked)
    4µA5µF60€70€ tweeted 4µA5µF6070 (some characters worked no €)
    © © © © © © © © © © tweeted © © © © © © © © © © (worked great)
    € € € € € € € € € € tweeted (blank lines again no €)
    Ü ü Ö ö Ä ä ß µ ° ² ³ © € @ ~ { [ ] } \\ ₠ ₡ ₢ ₣ ₤ ₥ ₦ ₧ ₨ ₩ ₪ ₫ € ₭ ₮ ₯ ₰ ₱ ₲ ₳ ₴ tweeted Ü ü Ö ö Ä ä ß µ ° ² ³ © @ ~ { [ ] } \\ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (some characters worked)
    ‎ا‎بتث‎جحخدذرز‎سشص‎ضط‎ظ‎عغفق‎ك‎ل‎م‎نه‎ويء tweeted ????????????????????????????????????????? (no characters worked)

    This is all very interesting and at least I am able to repeatedly send special characters. That is a big difference than my earlier attempts. Now if you can explain to me what my constraints are so I know which characters are safe and which are not currently supported. By the way I do want to mention that if we use the arduino serial monitor to represent these characters this is what it shows.

    äöüß ÄÖÜ €xm²/kg³ shows the following in the monitor abcABC ⸮⸮⸮⸮ ⸮⸮⸮ ⸮xm⸮/kg⸮<
    4µA5µF60€70€ shows the following in the monitor 4⸮⸮ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ⸮ ? ? ? ? ?
    This leads me to believe that the characters that show ⸮ get tweeted but the ones that show ? don’t.

    in reply to: Twitter shield utf-8 #52644
    avatarJason
    Participant

    I have android version 6.01 and I have ios 10.3.3.

    in reply to: Twitter shield utf-8 #52525
    avatarJason
    Participant

    I would be happy with being able to use ascii extended and being able to send char up to 255. Is that a possibility. Can the tweet function be modified to interpret the transmitted bytes. If you think it might be able to work could you make any suggestions on how I might accomplish this. By the way the twitter function works great and I found the twitter shield to be far more capable than the blynk twitter widget.

    in reply to: Twitter shield utf-8 #52463
    avatarJason
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    I am really hoping I can get some feedback on my original question which is if and how I can send twitter messages that contain utf-8 characters. Currently, If I attempt to send these utf-8 characters in my twitter string twitter replaces them with (U+FFFD). Please advise.

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