Unable to see most Unicode characters

2004-06-29
2004-07-19
  • M. Scott Gartner

    This program could be extremely useful to me, but when I edit our application properties files (66 unique locales) I cannot see Chinese, Korean, or Japanese characters.  All of the files are formatted using /u9999 format and are stored in the 8859-1 character set.  I can't find any way to tell the program to use a different font or something so that these characters will show up properly.  How do I fix this?

    Thanks for a very cool program!

     
    • M. Scott Gartner

      Sorry, I meant to say "many" Unicode characters, most do show properly.

       
    • Dirk Hillbrecht

      Dirk Hillbrecht - 2004-07-19

      Hi,

      so far, I18NEDit does not allow to select a different font for presentation. So far, we have only used latin-1 and cyrillic chars, and those are shown correctly with the standard fonts.

      Best regards,
      Dirk

       

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