I'm considering having a site that has Korean and Spanish. I'm wondering whether it makes sense to use this interesting setting, which would seem to make URLs easier to manage. If I nixed the Asian language, would the latter make optimal use of this setting as on or off? Help from those having run such forums would be appreciated:
Romanize Titles in URLs
If selected, accented and non-Latin characters in a URL will be converted to Latin equivalents if possible
Guys - many thanks. These are all very important issues to consider, which is why I asked. My goal is to target visitors in the native language, which makes me consider NOT romanizing them - for example Spanish with the accents. I am guessing that most Spanish searches will be performed using the accents. Even though search engines may pick up on the non-accent form, e.g. Él vs. El, it's probably best to use native form on a native language site and Romanize if it's not native, e.g. Romanize Spanish words that may appear on a site that primarily uses the English language.