Re: Ascii Characters in Email
Not really a bug. I experienced the same issue a while ago with french translation.
Let me explain:
when translating, all strings going through php need to use ascii, like & nbsp; for a space.
the same string going normal nedd only a invisible (tabed) space.
The email messages are the exception in this handle. They have not to translate special caracters. Translators have to write them usually, not with ascci caracters.
If you use poEdit, you can rewrite the email messages in your natural language or ask the author. His name is normaly in the header of the pot file. You can also find his name on the BP i18nn trac:
Oh, and to escape in emails code, you have to use anti slash, not slash as given in your explanation.