Thanks for the files, that was super helpful!
So this is a tough one - we let the code framework we use (Qt) decide how best to load the csv files. This is really the only way to do it because users could save their files in any of dozens of encodings and, in theory, the system should just do the right thing. But it’s clearly not - I can reproduce it easily on my end, even with my system language set to Danish (I actually do have Danish input settings installed )
The csv file you sent is encoded as UTF-8 which should just work but I was only able to get it to work when I forced LightBurn to load it as UTF-8 (by updating the code).
I did however, get it to work by resaving the CSV file in a UTF-16 encoding.
No idea what text editor you are using, but if you can’t get it saved in that format let me know what editor you are using and I’ll see what I can do to help. Hopefully that should solve the issue for you.
I’ll be having a conversation with @LightBurn to discuss what we might do to solve this so you don’t have to tweak the encoding settings every time.