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It's not a "setting". Non-ASCII characters in a URL are represented by an encoding technique called "URL encoding". It's a standard. MOST modern user-agents will show you the actual characters rather than the percent-encoded representation, however some will show you the raw (URL encoded) value.

Anywhere showing the URL encoded value, you'd be best off submitting a request that they support showing the "real" value.

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