I tested by converting TXT file to Tab separated and everything works fine. Can you export your data sets as tab separated and try?
here is how looks like working solution, in meantime I will look into solution with csv data.
Ensure there is no space at each end of line, this feature is very sensitive to every even small mistake.
Update: please re-export file as CSV because everything works fine with comma separated (see attachment, I exported file from Open Office I believe) while your TXT file was actually semi-colon separated.
One more update: Your original CSV was uploaded to Excel online. It does not support export to CSV so I downloaded xlsx. After opening xlsx in Open Office file is exported to CSV (attached file to this reply) using Unicode UTF-8 algorithm.
Thank you, thank you for your help! I'm so gratefull! I don't have admin rights so I couldn't get the openoffice texteditor CSV combo working that would be the best for this job. But instead of using only that crappy mac texteditor I copypasted txt into google's Text Editor and I was able to see all the extra spaces I had. Plus the Photoshop told me "Too many values were listed for data set 15." So I was able to quote the lines that needed extra comma. I still can't believe it's finally working! Well... at least at the moment.