I live in Japan. I use Japanese Language, off course.
I got a similar problem. And I tested some Japanese character on MediaMonkey. I found characters which makes the problem.
When I use a character with voiced consonant signal, MediaMonkey get wrong directory name.
Here is a example.
when I read
if x is a character with voiced consonant signal, MediaMonkey recognize directory like..
c - testdir - oooxo\ - estfile.mp3
c - testdir - ooxxo\t - stfile.mp3
I think this problem is from utf-8. because the size of a character of utf-8 format is valiable. I guess other languages, like Korean, have same problem.
There is a screenshot of this problem.
http://homepage2.nifty.com/hiroyasu-ish ... odeerr.gif
OS: WindowsXpSP1 MMver: 220.127.116.114
I bet Language code problem is complex and painful, but very important for us. Please Help us!