Axel, I did not respond to your previous post because it was frivolous
and not worth my time to respond. I was kinda hoping you would have
taken the hint, and left it at that. Since you did not take the hint,
well - there's your response.
My response to Dave, who did offer a serious suggestion, summarized
what my problem is (or, rather, was; because I've now solved it myself).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> Please do not top post and please trim your quotes. If I am too
> doddery to remember what I wrote before, I won't be able to givve
> good advice anyway.
> Roman Korol wrote:
> > Note Tab uses a character code to display in Windows. It saves
> > your files in that character code. But Note Tab does not
> > provide a convenient means to find out what that character
> > code is.
> True. But that is NOT your current problem. If you have old files
> that used to be shown alright, then first make sure these old files
> are shown alright again. Only when that's done can you begin to care
> about writing good new files.
> Otherwise it's like putting a lot of effort into improving your sign
> language while talking to a blind person.