Re: [Clip] NoteTab Pro 6
- View SourceHi,
I was able to update to this release through check for updates.
But when I open an UTF-8 file all Polish characters are converted to
their ASCII/ANSI equivalents withotut diacriticals, which I consider a
serious regression. What is this behavior good for?
Amitava Das Gupta wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is about the new release of Version 6, which has not been announced
> on this list. I heard about it from the Basic list and downloaded it,
> and incidentally it works fine. It seems, though that the Clip Script
> Help file has not beeen updated to include the Clipcode additions as
> mentioned in the Whatsnew file.
> I am pasting here the excerpt from that file
> Clip-code additions and improvements:
> * New Clip language options added to support alternative code pages as
> well as saving to UTF-8 and Unicode encodings:
> ^!Open "FileName" [/R] [/J=nnn] [/C=CodePage]
> CodePage should be one of the numeric values listed on this page:
> ^!SaveAnsi FileName
> ^!SaveUtf8 FileName
> ^!SaveUnicode FileName
> ^!Export "FileName"
> Added the UTF-8 and UNICODE encoding options.
> Converts a DOS short filename to a Windows long name.
> Perhaps this is not an official release?
- View SourceSheri wrote:
>You are quite right. The 2 events happened at close to the same time,
> Yes, I don't think this issue has anything to do with updating NoteTab.
> Your "apostrophe" is an extended character (decimal 146) and the charset
> is not declared.
and I jumped to the wrong conclusion.
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