Re: [NTB] NT won't save character
- Hi Pika,
Did you change your default Windows code page after you reinstalled it?
Are you using the same font in NoteTab, along with the same Font script?
> The thing is, it worked before I recently reinstalled Windows (and consequently NT), I could save files correctly with those characters (they were visible upon reopening with NT or any other text editor). I can't figure out what's changed.--
>> The main problem is that those characters are in the "Latin Extended-A"
>> range (above 255). These *can't* be represented by a single byte. That
>> would require an Unicode-aware editor. Unfortunately, NoteTab is not one
>> of those.
- Hi Marcelo,
> would require an Unicode-aware editor. Unfortunately, NoteTab is not oneA Unicode editor is currently under development. But it is not a NoteTab
> of those.
replacement. It will be made available alongside NoteTab. NoteTab
customers will be offered a special discount on the new editor.
No date has been set yet for its release. It's still too early to reveal
anything more about it, but I can tell you that it will offer many
features that have been requested over the years.
- Okay, I'm embarrassed to say it was, as usual, a human error. :) I didn't change the language for non-Unicode programs after reinstalling. Thank you both for answering so quickly and apologies for wasting your time.
- Hi Eric
----- on 27.03.2009 16:21 Eric Fookes wrote:
> A Unicode editor is currently under development. But it is not a NoteTabWill it be capable to apply NoteTab-Clips to unicode files?
> replacement. It will be made available alongside NoteTab. NoteTab
> customers will be offered a special discount on the new editor.
- By the way, NoteTab 5.8 is out. Use "Help/Check for Updates" to get the
No wanna work... wanna bang on keyboard!
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