It seems like I just recently discussed this very issue:
I doubt we'll get this fixed, but you
can resolve it yourself by URL
%29. Since one of these bugs gets
posted every two to three days, here's
a simple rule of thumb:
Any characters in your URL other than
: in "
probably be URL encoded.
I've cobbled together a quick page
that will encode the things that
shouldn't need encoding. You can find
it here. It doesn't use any
jQuery, so it's probably completely
unreliable. If you find anything it
should be encoding but isn't, let me