If you see %20 or %2F in your Angelfish reports, these represent encoded characters.
Angelfish automatically decodes a single level of encoded characters during processing, but web browsers occasionally encode special characters. This adds another "level" of encoding to a URL.
If the URL contains %252F (which is an encoded version of %2F or the forward slash '/'), the processing engine will decode the single level and Angelfish will display %2F in the reports.
This URL request:
Will look like this in the Content reports:
"%2F" represents an encoded forward slash (/). If you're an Angelfish admin, you can "fix" these Pages by creating a Search and Replace filter to replace all occurrences of "%2F" with "/" in the Request Stem field.