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Re: Using GVIM with two keyboard layouts?

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  • Glenn Maynard
    ... Oh. You should have corrected CP1252 , then (which is US/English.) That in mind, the explanation I gave may or may not be relevent--I don t know how the
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      On Sat, Mar 15, 2003 at 01:56:09AM +0300, Valery Kondakoff wrote:
      > GM> they'll often convert, too. If it contains Cyrillic characters, it'll
      > GM> almost never convert, since CP1252 simply doesn't have those characters.
      >
      > Yes, that is true. Since I was talking about three Russian encodings,
      > that (in general) have similar characters, it's possible to convert
      > between them. Just take a look at screenshot:

      Oh. You should have corrected "CP1252", then (which is US/English.)

      That in mind, the explanation I gave may or may not be relevent--I
      don't know how the various Russian encodings overlap.

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      Glenn Maynard
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