Steps to reproduce
Extract the attached 20448385.zip to a directory. For fidelity, use jar -xvf 20448385.zip from the command line, or 7zip. DO NOT use Winzip or any pkzip, because these tools are so old that they use cp 437, which mangles the filenames beyond recognition, and cannot use UTF-8.
Open page.html in a browser.
Observe that in IE the third image says "windows 1252", and in other browsers "UTF-8". If you see neither of these you used Winzip to extract the zipfile, dammit!
In this specific case, <img src="%C3%A7%C3%B5.png"> should load çõ.png instead of Ã§Ãµ.png.
In general, on a page where the charset is specified as UTF-8 in the Content-Type, UTF-8 encoding should be used for all %-encodings in URI references in a UTF-8 , and windows 1252 should not, since this encoding is not referenced anywhere in the page, and is platform specific.
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