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[ANN] Unicode Text > Text

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  • John Rethorst
    WordPerfect was written before the advent of Unicode, a system of encoding text as numbers that supports any character in any script. When you copy text from a
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 10, 2005
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      WordPerfect was written before the advent of Unicode, a
      system of encoding text as numbers that supports any
      character in any script. When you copy text from a program
      that supports Unicode and paste it into WordPerfect, errors
      may result.

      "Unicode Text > Text" takes any kind of text on
      the clipboard, including Unicode, and converts it to text
      that WordPerfect can recognize.

      To use, copy Unicode text to the clipboard using any
      program, and then double-click "Clipboard Unicode Text >
      Text". The text will be converted, and a dialog will
      briefly appear saying so. Then switch to WordPerfect and
      paste.

      John R.
    • John Rethorst
      This has been re-released as a classic application (runs on OS 7.5 - 10.4), and is free in the Conversions folder of the Files section here, as Unicode Text
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 11, 2005
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        This has been re-released as a classic application (runs
        on OS 7.5 - 10.4), and is free in the Conversions folder
        of the Files section here, as "Unicode Text > Text 1.0.1.sit".



        --- In wordperfectmac@yahoogroups.com, "John Rethorst" <jrethorst@y...> wrote:
        >
        > WordPerfect was written before the advent of Unicode, a
        > system of encoding text as numbers that supports any
        > character in any script. When you copy text from a program
        > that supports Unicode and paste it into WordPerfect, errors
        > may result.
        >
        > "Unicode Text > Text" takes any kind of text on
        > the clipboard, including Unicode, and converts it to text
        > that WordPerfect can recognize.
        >
        > To use, copy Unicode text to the clipboard using any
        > program, and then double-click "Clipboard Unicode Text >
        > Text". The text will be converted, and a dialog will
        > briefly appear saying so. Then switch to WordPerfect and
        > paste.
        >
        > John R.
        >
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