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Blogs, Written In Non Roman Character Languages, Have Trouble With Publishing Static Pages

We're seeing a few reports in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken, from owners of blogs which publish in languages that don't use Roman characters, about problems publishing static pages in their blogs. Supposedly, with the affected blogs containing multiple static pages, the pages are all being published with the same URL.

The problem is thought to involve blogs published using the New Blogger GUI. Hopefully, by switching back to the Classic Blogger GUI, the problem can be worked around, until Blogger Engineering can diagnose and fix the problem.

We have a Rollup Discussion in Blogger Help Forum: Something Is Broken, where we are asking for details, from owners of blogs affected.
  1. What is the URL of your blog?
  2. In what language is the blog published?
  3. Are you using the New Blogger GUI?
  4. If you switch back to the Classic GUI, does that resolve your problem?
  5. In what city / province / country do you live?
Please answer as best you are able, to improve chances of Blogger Engineering finding and fixing the problem, as promptly as possible.

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