From: Andy Heninger (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 25 2006 - 10:39:44 CST
On 4/25/06, Sergiy Kuzmenko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Some Unicode aware applications created for MS Windows (e.g., Texpad
> or SeruceCRT) refuse to correctly display content with multiple
> scripts: one always has to choose the script, so that you can have
> either Cyrillic or Western European but not both. I wonder why it is
> like that...
Textpad is not a Unicode based editor - the text is handled internally
in your local code page, windows 1252 or whatever. The only slight
nod towards Unicode is that it recognizes a UTF-8 BOM when it sees one
and attempts to convert from/to UTF-8 when opening or saving a file.
It's a real shame that it works this way - it's a very nice editor
otherwise, but it's useless for Unicode.
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