If I use the following command-line, I get a proper listing of the files with English letters, but the spelling of the files with Polish characters is garbled:
sfk list -dir E:\ \Clip* -file .jpg > e:\tempz\jpglist.txt
Can you please suggest a way to get redirection to a UTF-8 text file, or one that would display Polish letters correctly?
sfk list -dir E:\ \Clip* -file .jpg +filter -toutf >e:\tempz\jpglist.txt
Sorry but this is not working properly. Using the suggested SFK command-line, I get “ĆŁŃÓŚŹŻ.jpg” listed as “CLN├ôSZZ.jpg”.
On the other hand, the following PowerShell command-line returns a correct string:
echo "ĆŁŃÓŚŹŻ.jpg" | Out-File -FilePath e:\tempz\jpglist.txt
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