can be converted to the JS string hexadecimal equivalent: ' ' -> '\xa0' or '\xA0' This site has a table of HTML hexadecimal codes and the equivalent HTML entities: http://on-the-matrix.com/webtools/HtmlEntityReferences.aspx So copyright © '©' is '©' in HTML and '\xA9' or '\u00A9` in a JS string. Unicode points like € are '€' and '€'. The four-digit JS escape is '\u20AC'. It may be better to standardize on the unicode escapes ('\u00A9' and '\u20AC'), since the shorter '\xA9' ones are not allowed in JSON. Of course, for things like €, you should be able to just use the character in the string.
PR 96 merged, deployed to staging and production. After a force refresh, the sidebar is back to normal.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Thanks for the quick review and deployment!
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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