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    Under Review  ·  amaarora responded

    Thanks for reporting. We will review the issue shortly

    -InDesign Team

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    Anna Semczuk commented  · 

    One of my clients has an 'ë' in his name. When scanning the QR-code with Android, everything is shown perfectly. However, when scanning with iPhone (no specific model) the 'ë' is recplaced by symbols, thus the system doesn't recognise the character or font. The cards have been printed, but are now not suitable for use, when handing them to clients using iPhone.
    Is this a bug from Adobe, or what is going on? Will this be fixed in the near future, or do we need to reprint?

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