Re: ÅÄÖåäö commes out as ??
Adding that switch just sets your platform default encoding - that is, any operation that involves an encoding where one hasn't been specified will use the platform default encoding, which in your case was probably ISO-8859-1. That encoding didn't contain a mapping for the character you are trying to output, so ? is used instead. Now that the platform default encoding is set to UTF-8, that does contain a mapping for your characters and so the correct bytes are written to disk.
This probably also explains the lack of a bom.
Cheers, Bryan Rasmussen
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