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[Solved]_New AutoIt v3 Script.au3

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I right click on my desktop & make new autoit file, but its ansi. Is there a way it will create a file in UTF-8 encoding? Can I change something in autoit to make this happen? where & what?

Any ideas?

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I right click on my desktop & make new autoit file, but its ansi. Is there a way it will create a file in UTF-8 encoding? Can I change something in autoit to make this happen? where & what?

Any ideas?

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FileOpen() mode 128.

You did read what I asked for? Assuming you did, where is this FileOpen() located? in witch file? in autoit folder?

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It's a autoit function, but thats not what you need. You can only create autoit scripts in ANSI, but you can compile it to Unicode.

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well you can do that

enter to path %Systemroot%\ShellNew

open "Template.au3" with notepad and save as "Template2.au3" and change the encoding to UTF-8

delete the default "Template.au3' and rename the file we saved "Template2.au3" to "Template.au3"


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well you can do that

enter to path %Systemroot%\ShellNew

open "Template.au3" with notepad and save as "Template2.au3" and change the encoding to UTF-8

delete the default "Template.au3' and rename the file we saved "Template2.au3" to "Template.au3"

It works thank you. :)


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well you can do that

enter to path %Systemroot%\ShellNew

open "Template.au3" with notepad and save as "Template2.au3" and change the encoding to UTF-8

delete the default "Template.au3' and rename the file we saved "Template2.au3" to "Template.au3"

Excellent solution for all users. The Template folder under C:\Documents and Settings\username should work on a per user basis.

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