1.4b15 writes wrong 'Unicoded' filenames in cuesheets when converting to image 2018-06-02 12:55:42 Edit: maybe delete "filenames in" from the subject. Probably a UTF-8 BOM issue. Did the following: Folder with "em space" 0x2003. I pick two FLAC tracks from the folder, convert to WAV image with filename <nameoffolder>.wav.Drag resulting cuesheet into foobar2000 playlist. Notice: question marks instead of duration for the second file. Try to play the first.Result when the above conversion is done in 1.4b15:"Unable to open item for playback (Invalid path syntax):"Playback with a portable out-of-the-box 1.3.15 yields same result.Now do the same conversion except in version 1.3.15. Result: Plays well! In both 1.3.15 and in 1.4b15.Going back to the 1.4b15-created cuesheet. Open it in Notepad++. Correct the filename by cut and paste. Try to save. No cigar.- I need to change encoding to UTF-8 to get it saved properly, but then fb2k cannot find the file.- But if I change encoding to "UTF-8-BOM": voilà! So 1.4b15 messes up the byte order mark, right?