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Cannot display Chinese character?

Postby JerryLia on Sat Jan 28, 2012 9:23 am

hello everyone,
I just learn to use sublime Text and want to find how is it different from others,i cannot load a simple text file which contains some Chinese character,although i reopen it with UTF-8 Encoding,Why?

Any help will be appreciated!
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Re: Cannot display Chinese character?

Postby Eric on Sat Jan 28, 2012 3:56 pm

Sublime Text 2 Beta 2165 works perfect to edit/display Chinese character in Windows 7 english version (Chinese Font is installed), but you need convert the encoding to UTF8 first, Sublime doesn't support GB2312/GBK encoding.
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Re: Cannot display Chinese character?

Postby JerryLia on Mon Jan 30, 2012 12:34 am

Why does the function named "Reopen with Encoding" noting?
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Re: Cannot display Chinese character?

Postby fred on Mon Jan 30, 2012 1:00 am

Eric wrote:Sublime Text 2 Beta 2165 works perfect to edit/display Chinese character in Windows 7 english version (Chinese Font is installed), but you need convert the encoding to UTF8 first, Sublime doesn't support GB2312/GBK encoding.


not support GBK is a good idea. You only need UTF8, why not?
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Re: Cannot display Chinese character?

Postby Eric on Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:01 pm

JerryLia wrote:Why does the function named "Reopen with Encoding" noting?

You can reopen with that Encoding, but GB2312 is not include in that list, you may have to use Windows 7 Notepad to save a UTF8 text file first or some one is able to change the Sublime 2 default Reopen with Encoding file "Main.sublime-menu" and add a GB2312/GBK entry?
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