LR 5.4 - (1) metadata problem in DNG files / (2) Polish character "ą" erase text in different fields

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I always use DNG files in my catalogue (I convert RAW files from my camera). After the changes (keywords, develop, map etc.) I use the command “Update DNG Preview & Metadata”, sometimes I only use the command “Save Metadata to File”. Then the signs of unsaved metadata disappear from the miniatures, however, after some time they appear with no reason (I don’t make any changes in the files). Sometimes I save the metadata and I immediately see the information that I should save it again. At times the information about the unsaved metadata appears after the restart of Lightroom. What can be the cause of this problem?

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When I write keywords in the fields provided I came across the problem of deleting the already written text when I use the Polish letter “ą”. I didn’t notice any problems when using other letters typical for Polish language. For example, I write for the given photo or photos a number of words: miasto, ulica, prąd. When I write the letter “ą” in the word “prąd” everything what I have already written is deleted and in the field provided I can only see “ą”. The same problem occurs in other places, for instance, when I want to change the name of the folder or file. When I want to write the Polish letter “ą” (Alt+a) everything that has been written earlier is deleted. I always have to fight with this problem by writing all the words, including the word with the “ą” sign, in the Notepad and then copy it into the field provided.

[Windows 7 64-bit]

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[It's best to create separate posts for each problem.]

Re the bug with Polish letters, please see and vote on this topic:

http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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OK, I create new post. How can I delete this post?
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You can't delete it, but don't worry about it.