I'm attempting to display some static text with something like the following pseudo code:

Qt Code:
  1. Import QtQuick 2.5
  2. Import QtQuick.Window 2.1
  4. Window{
  5. Text{
  6. text: "Something Is Not Connected"
  7. }
  8. }
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It is taking the "No" and converting it to the numero symbol "?", so it reads "Something Is ?t Connected". It seems to be a combination of the font being used (Nimbus Sans L) and the Qt version (5.14). If I change either of these the issue goes away.

Is there something I'm missing, or some way I can explicitly instruct Qt/QML not to mangle the string like this?