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Scite Defautl Encoding Settings

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glasglow

Hi,

Does anyone know the file I need to look at, or if it's even possible to change the Scite 'Encoding' settings to UTF with Bom instead of it's current default of 'Code Page Properly'?

Thanks

Michael

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jchd

Does anyone know the file I need to look at, or if it's even possible to change the Scite 'Encoding' settings to UTF with Bom instead of it's current default of 'Code Page Properly'?

I second you if you mean changing the default encoding used for new files.

If you need instead to change the encoding of the currently active file, File > Encoding > UTF-8 with BOM then modify somehow the file (insert space then remove space) and then only save it.


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glasglow

I second you if you mean changing the default encoding used for new files.

If you need instead to change the encoding of the currently active file, File > Encoding > UTF-8 with BOM then modify somehow the file (insert space then remove space) and then only save it.

Yes actually I was looking to change the default value to always open in UTF-8 with BOM, however since saving it does change it, and open it using UTF-8 with BOM that will do me just fine. Thank you.

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