Accent characters that are correct in the ASCII file come out as a caps version when imported (or merged) into InDesign Mac. Imports fine on a PC. I can't find a reference to character set that explains the "shift".
mac-os … indesign … merged … weird-encoding …
the default “unicode(utf-8)” text-encoding may need adjustment to “Western Mac OS Roman” … this is applied, under “advanced” options ("numbers" program), when creating *.csv file for indesign's data-merge utility.
this is not configured in mac-os system prefs … see screencap below:
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