Forum Thread: PSI 1.5.0.2: Ignore rule with Danish letter does not work

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jhertel PSI 1.5.0.2: Ignore rule with Danish letter does not work
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jhertel RE: PSI 1.5.0.2: Ignore rule with Danish letter does not work
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Thanks for the feedback! :-) Good that you are aware of the problem.

Is there a joker character (a "match all" character, like "." in regular expressions) that can be used instead of the special characters?
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Secunia Official 3rd Jun, 2010 12:48
on 3rd Jun, 2010 12:18, jhertel wrote:
Is there a joker character (a "match all" character, like "." in regular expressions) that can be used instead of the special characters?


The ignore rules does unfortunately not have a feature like this.

jhertel RE: PSI 1.5.0.2: Ignore rule with Danish letter does not work
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Okay! Thank you for your swift and clear answers! I appreciate it. :o)
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