Curly apostrophes mess with the “nocase” mechanism

It seems that curly apostrophes mess with the “nocase” mechanism; most likely a citeproc-js bug.

The following – one straight apostrophe, followed by a curly one – in a Zotero title field:

Blah <span class="nocase">you're</span> <span class="nocase">you’re</span>

is rendered as

Blah you’re <span class="nocase">you’re</span>

(Expected, of course, Blah you’re you’re.)

In addition, it seems that straight (!) quotation marks (") cause problems, too – but not (!) curly ones, (e.g., ).

  • If this is still an issue and the processor appears to be at fault, I can look into it if a test item is available. To submit an item, join the public Jurism Test Submission group, sync, create a collection named for the style that shows the error, drop the item into it, and sync again.
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