I'm not sure if this is a bug that should be entered on the bug
tracker, or a feature request.
When downloading files with encoded characters in their names (such as
those at http://www.stairwaytohell.com/heartcore
), the local file name
proposed by Netsurf substitutes underscores for percent symbols in the
original name. Presumably this is because '%' is not valid in a RISC
OS file name. As a result I now have lots of files on my hard disc
named things like 'heartcore_20-_20the_20game_20-_20128kbps_20-_2004'
(which should be 'heartcore - the game - 128kbps - 04).
When proposing a local file name, please could NetSurf decode
characters specified as hexadecimal, where these are printable? I
assume that the subsequent translation of space (ASCII &20) into a
hard-space (character &A0) is a separate issue.