From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 19 2002 - 17:15:42 EDT
On Wed, 2002-06-19 at 17:22, David Denton wrote:
> Hello Dom,
> Wednesday, June 19, 2002, 4:54:36 PM, you wrote:
> DL> These are all basically encoded as utf-8 by default, at least on
> DL> windows. You can open any file as encoded text. File->Open. Select
> DL> "Encoded Text" and then select your file. This could be a HTML file, TXT
> DL> file, your grocery list, etc... Don't let windows extensions trip you
> DL> up. This is assuming that you want to edit the HTML codes directly.
> The problem I have is that when you go to open a file, the files do
> not even show in the dialogue box (if you select the "Encoded Text
> .txt .text" option, unless the windows extension is .txt or .text).
This is a bug in the Windows dialog, and it sucks. Sorry, write to
Microsoft and complain :)
> From the sounds of it, I agree that it should be able to work, but so
> far I cannot type in text directly, at least using Keyman. Perhaps
> only certain Unicode ranges are permitted.???
All ranges are supported internally. It might be a bad interaction
between Abi and Keyman, though. I'll see how the other folks input their
-- Dom Lachowicz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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