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If Python returns a codec/UTF8 warning and this file was pasted from an external support (CD, HD, USB key), maybe filename has been corrupted ! It seems correct on screen but not on command line. Your OS was not able to properly set the encoding used on your external support.
Make a copy of your file from your disk to your disk. If the accentued characters will be a "?", then fix the filename by setting the correct character. Now you will be able to import this file into Gramps !
If the accentued characters will be a "?", then fix the filename by setting the correct character. Now you will be able to import this file into Gramps ! == GRAMPS' date editor cannot set date > greater than 21 ==
Gramps-3.0.4 under Jaunty 9.04 cannot uses date editor or media reference editor. [[Installation#Upgrading_GRAMPS|Upgrading]] to [[Installation#Ubuntu_and_derivatives|3.1.2]] fixes this issues.

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