Here ya' go! http://jgromit.jalbum.net/TigerCopyright/
Edit: And on the chance that there's some sort of "setting weirdness" going on (though I've tried various combinations, with no change), here's the project file.
The project file has: textEncoding=ISO-8859-1
That's the default, and it has never caused any problems for me, no matter what diacriticals I plant in an album, or where I plant them. And changing to something else, like UTF-8 or ISO-8859-X, makes no difference. Even unchecking Write UTF-8 doesn't appear to affect this problem.
In fact, you don't even have to build an album to see whether it's going to work properly or not. Just add the images, right-click, and choose Extensions > List metadata. The error (or lack thereof) shows up there, before you've even chosen a skin, or made any settings.
No, the difference appears to be between Windows and macOS/Linux. One gets opposite results on different platforms.
On the question why .webloc files are generated to the output folder, although they are not used by the album. Here are the reasons:
I want to create minimal surprises for skins. All album objects should therefore have a backing File object (i.e. AlbumObject.getFile() should never return null). In case of Web locations, the getFile() call simply returns the .webloc file.
The .webloc files can be used to recreate the representing images and target URLs in case one wants to use a generated album to recreate an album project.
I've now updated the jalbum-core.jar file to rc5.
Web locations are now treated more like folders - no slides are generated
Well thanks you very much David, I was just ready with my skins so that they could handle weblog Slide images!!
Next time I don't start coding and testing pre releases!
Web location slides are very convenient in telling a story via slides, see my PhotoSwipe example and here my Slide Show 4 example! All work done for nothing, thanks!
My skins do offer also the possibility to skip the slides, see my PhotoSwipe example and here my Slide Show 4 example
Why don't you make the generation of webloc slides an option?
Edited by: AndreWolff on 20-Jun-2017 17:15
We'll see what the future holds. Currently the democratic votes against allowing web locations in slides were more than those in favor of it. You can likely keep your code the way it is. If we allow web locations in slides in the future, your skin is one of the first ones to use it.