I'm running a forum which uses a non-English language. One of the custom fields I've created includes an umlaut character in it, which apparently makes the php code unable to recognise it; the code below works fine if I change "Exämple" to "Example" (in the code and in the forum custom field settings) but it does not work if I keep the umlaut.
I've tried replacing the "ä" with a hexadecimal NCRS (ä) but the php code didn't recognise that either.
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<!-- IF postrow.custom_fields.PROFILE_FIELD_NAME eq "Exämple" -->
<!-- ENDIF -->
Is is possible at all to include umlaut characters in a way which the php recognises?
If not, is it possible to instead refer to the custom field's id, instead of it's name?