How to link a network path contains non ascii (ex: japanese) charactors?

Hello to everybody, thanks to the developers and to this community.

I want to link file://///srv/path/to/テスト, but it is not work.
Although I can links:

  • Only ascii path: file://///srv/path/to/test
  • Local path: file:///C:/path/to/テスト.

What are the differences between these?
What am i doing wrong?

I tried several variations, but none worked:

  • [link text](file://///srv/path/to/テスト)
  • [link text](<file:///\\srv\path\to\テスト>)
  • [link text](file://///srv/path/to/%E3%83%86%E3%82%B9%E3%83%88)

I saw similar issue, but never resolved:

I’d include the file extension just to be safe: テスト.css (or whatever) if a file.
Try %5C%5C instead of \\ before the share name/IP address of the server.

[link text](<file:///%5C%5Csrv/path/to/テスト.css>)

Thank you! It solved!
Target can be a file or a directory.
The following all work (Obsidian Version 1.1.19):

  • [link text](file:///%5C%5Csrv/path/to/%E3%83%86%E3%82%B9%E3%83%88)
  • [link text](file:///%5C%5Csrv/path/to/テスト)
  • [link text](file:///%5C%5Csrv\path\to\テスト)

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