I have many files whose names contain punctuation marks from the Hebrew Unicode Block; specifically, they include characters U+05F3 and U+05F4 (Hebrew single-quote and Hebrew double-quote, respectively. Both are valid characters in Windows filenames). When I run "dir" on such files (in a Take Command tab), the two aforementioned characters always display as question marks. Similarly, if I try to paste these characters into the command line, they come out as question marks. Yet, I have verified that the font that my TC console is set to use (Miryam Fixed Regular) does indeed contain glyphs these characters. So, why would TC block the display of these valid characters? What causes TC to change a given character to a question mark? Just as I can display and type regular characters from the Hebrew Unicode Block in my console (with the Miryam Fixed font), so too I would expect to be able to display the aforementioned punctuation marks as well.