I couldn’t replicate on windows.
Technically if the link was copied or linked from wikipedia, it seem that wikipedia encode the char correctly in their links.
I tried to search for the article in google, go to the page and copy paste the url. and the char was intact ( no special encoding) and that link is not supported by onebox
which mean that this bug report is actually about 2 issues.
- Possibly mac chrome , encode single quote char incorrectly.
- Onebox does not encode properly encode single quote when requesting the article.
For the 1st issue, if it is browser related should probably be reported to the browser vendor
for the 2nd issue, we need to adjust the match rule and convert ’ to & #27 when forming the url for request.
@sam is single quote is the only char that is encoded wrongly when copied from address bar?