The CLI output is always in UTF-8 encoding. You need to make sure that UTF-8 characters are correctly displayed in your command prompt. The default Windows command prompt has very limited support for alternative encodings though. You should give (http://babun.github.io/) a try.
I've changed codepage to UTF-8 with CHCP 65001 command to no solution.
He just shows the same issue. So he read the complete command, executes it fine, logs in and so on.
But when uploading he changes the * to a _ and then says no files found off course..
Thank you very much for investigating..
You can test it out by just making a windows cmd file and try to upload from a unc path*.txt for example.
You will see that he changes the * to _ causing off course to find nothing..
I know its stupid but would really love to use CLI but this kind of breaks my usage ot the tool..
thnx for your effort..
Removed character substitution in 7fff87f. However we rely on the terminal used to expand the globbing pattern in filenames and give multiple file arguments to the program. This is how it works for example with bash on Linux and OS X.