Hebrew export into a csv excel file comes out Gibberish

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I write my expenses in Hebrew and when I export the transactions into a csv excel file all the Hebrew comes out Gibberish, and I can't read it? any way this can be fixed?
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Tzvi Graetz

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Posted 7 months ago

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Hi Tzvi, 

Thanks for emailing us too! For those who have a similar question, the Export CSV feature only supports English. There's no way to get around that at this time. We're sorry for the inconvenience!
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reut harel

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Hello,
the export used to work fine with Hebrew up until a few months ago. I used it all the time. What changed? 
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Hi reut, 

That's interesting! We're not sure why you were able to export properly with Hebrew, since Goodbudget only supports English.

Back in February, we did fix a bug concerning exporting using the DD/MM/YYYY date format, but that shouldn't have changed how Goodbudget processes languages.

Thanks