Page has '+' sign can not be viewed in browser
I have a page which has title such as "..C++...", when I exported to HTML, file name is .._C++_..., this name is not valid for http URL so when I browsed http://..../...C++...., browser returned file not found. I think we should remove plus sign in file name.
Thanks for reaching out.
I'm not sure if I fully understand your problem here. Are you saying that if page has + sign in the title, you can't open the exported HTML file?
Have you tried another browser already? I wasn't able to reproduce the problem, so it would be great if you could provide us some more information about the problem (e.g. used Confluence and Scroll HTML Exporter version, which browser you used, etc.). If you want you can also reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this issue more privately (if you do not want to share further information publicly).
We'll then have a closer look and will come back to you as soon as possible.
I just realized that our IIS server does not allow browse URL which has '+' sign (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18625362/allowing-plus-character-in-path-in-asp-net-and-iis7-5). It's not really a bug with HTML export.
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