• Golded, IBMPC, special characters

    From Joachim Probst@2:240/6309 to All on Wed Mar 4 18:30:04 2020
    Hello everybody!

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like the german Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated in the encoding kludge line.

    Can anyone, maybe from within germany, who is operating with IBMPC character set send me a mail containing special characters? I would like to find out, if the problem is on my side or the encoding is wrongly noted.

    Mails can go as netmail and do not need to be here in the group :)

    Thanks!
    Joachim


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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joachim Probst on Thu Mar 5 08:06:20 2020
    Hello Joachim Probst!

    04 Mar 20 18:30:04, Joachim Probst wrote to All:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like the german
    Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated in the encoding kludge line.
    Can anyone, maybe from within germany, who is operating with IBMPC
    character set send me a mail containing special characters? I would like to find out, if the problem is on my side or the encoding is wrongly noted.

    Those people use wrong encoding.
    IBMPC does not inclide german umlauts.

    Here are some UTF-8 Umlauts for you ─╓▄Σ÷ⁿ▀

    If you need them also in LATIN-1 encoding drop me an email, and I send you an answer back in LATIN-1.

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joachim Probst on Thu Mar 5 08:10:28 2020
    Hello Joachim Probst!

    04 Mar 20 18:30:04, Joachim Probst wrote to All:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like the german
    Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated in the encoding kludge line.

    Sorry ... had the wrong config.
    I wrongly marked the message as latin-1 should have been utf-8

    This one should be correct now
    ─╓▄Σ÷ⁿ▀

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joachim Probst on Thu Mar 5 08:15:00 2020
    Hello Joachim Probst!

    04 Mar 20 18:30:04, Joachim Probst wrote to All:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like the german
    Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated in the encoding kludge line.

    Sorry again wrong.

    NOW it should be correct ÄÖÜäöüß

    I had it only active in selected areas before
    - name: utf-8

    chrs: UTF-8 4

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Paul Quinn@3:640/1384.125 to Richard Menedetter on Thu Mar 5 18:36:17 2020
    Hi! Richard,

    On 03/05/2020 05:15 PM, you wrote to Joachim Probst:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like
    the german Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated
    in the encoding kludge line.

    Sorry again wrong.

    Both came through correctly, Richard.

    NOW it should be correct ÄÖÜäöüß

    Again, the same goodnesses. ;)

    Cheers,
    Paul.

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Paul Quinn on Thu Mar 5 10:22:32 2020
    Hi Paul!

    05 Mar 2020 18:36, from Paul Quinn -> Richard Menedetter:

    Both came through correctly, Richard.

    Ah OK ... then Gossiped translates LATIN-1 correctly.
    Then I provided both LATIN-1 and UTF-8 Testmessages ;)

    The issue is I had it configured to use LATIN-1 if not told otherwise, and I forgot about it.
    Then I changed the configfile in the wrong location. (gossiped changed the location, and I forgot that ...)

    Thanx for the feedback!

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Oli@2:280/464.47 to Richard Menedetter on Thu Mar 5 14:26:04 2020
    05 Mar 20 08:06, you wrote to Joachim Probst:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like the german
    Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as stated in the encoding
    kludge line. Can anyone, maybe from within germany, who is operating with
    IBMPC character set send me a mail containing special characters? I would
    like
    to find out, if the problem is on my side or the encoding is wrongly noted.

    Those people use wrong encoding.
    IBMPC does not inclide german umlauts.

    Yes, it does. IBMPC is an obsolete identifier and was used for different European charactersets. For umlauts it sholdn't make much of a difference, they
    are at the same position in CP437 (US) and CP850 (Latin 1, DOS default for German).

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  • From Joachim Probst@2:240/6309 to Richard Menedetter on Fri Mar 6 17:53:58 2020
    Hello Richard!

    05 Mar 20 08:06, you wrote to me:

    I lately recognise some mis-display of special characters (like
    the german Umlaute) when receiving a mail encoded with IBMPC as
    stated in the encoding kludge line. Can anyone, maybe from within
    germany, who is operating with IBMPC character set send me a mail
    containing special characters? I would like to find out, if the
    problem is on my side or the encoding is wrongly noted.

    Those people use wrong encoding.
    IBMPC does not inclide german umlauts.

    I think so, yes, but IBMPC should default to CP437 and that contains Umlauts.

    Thanks for your mails, I can now say, LATIN-1 goes fine, UTF-8 gets scrambled in my GoldEd. So I have to take a closer look into that part.

    CU, Ricsi

    Joachim


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  • From Joachim Probst@2:240/6309 to Richard Menedetter on Fri Mar 6 17:56:24 2020
    Hello Richard!

    05 Mar 20 08:15, you wrote to me:

    NOW it should be correct ├ä├û├£├ñ├╢├╝├

    This does surly not look correct here.
    I have to take a deeper look into GoldEd and codepages as it seems :)

    CU, Ricsi

    Joachim


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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Joachim Probst on Fri Mar 6 18:06:10 2020
    Hi Joachim!

    06 Mar 2020 17:53, from Joachim Probst -> Richard Menedetter:

    UTF-8 gets scrambled in my GoldEd.
    So I have to take a closer look into that part.

    Golded is not able to handle UTF-8.

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Joachim Probst on Fri Mar 6 19:29:58 2020
    Hello Joachim,

    On Friday March 06 2020 17:53, you wrote to Richard Menedetter:

    Those people use wrong encoding.
    IBMPC does not inclide german umlauts.

    I think so, yes, but IBMPC should default to CP437 and that contains Umlauts.

    IBMPC was indeed originally meant to be CP437. But somehow it evolved to mean ANY IBM PC codepage and so another kludge was introduced as an addendum. The CODEPAGE kludge.
    All that is deprecated. The correct wat to indicate the encoding is the CHRS kludge.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Richard Menedetter on Fri Mar 6 19:41:45 2020
    Hello Richard,

    UTF-8 gets scrambled in my GoldEd.
    So I have to take a closer look into that part.

    Golded is not able to handle UTF-8.

    Not quit. Golded can be trained for very limited UTF-8 support.

    As you can see in this message.

    ä ë ï ö ü

    á é í ó ú

    à è ì ò ù


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Richard Menedetter on Fri Mar 6 22:50:32 2020
    Hello Richard!

    06 Mar 20, Richard Menedetter wrote to Joachim Probst:

    UTF-8 gets scrambled in my GoldEd.

    Golded is not able to handle UTF-8.

    As far as i remember golded can't handle multibyte charsets.

    But golded can envoke/start an external editor to work with the message body.

    It was said that adding multibyte support to golded is like rewriting the code from scratch.

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Kai Richter on Fri Mar 6 14:05:38 2020
    Hello Kai,

    As far as i remember golded can't handle multibyte charsets.

    I am no programmer so I can't do this.

    If I was going to submit a feature request that would be it. :)

    Ttyl :-),
    Al

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  • From Joachim Probst@2:240/6309 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sat Mar 7 10:40:16 2020
    Hello Michiel!

    06 Mar 20 19:29, you wrote to me:

    Those people use wrong encoding.
    IBMPC does not inclide german umlauts.

    I think so, yes, but IBMPC should default to CP437 and that
    contains Umlauts.

    IBMPC was indeed originally meant to be CP437. But somehow it evolved
    to mean ANY IBM PC codepage and so another kludge was introduced as an addendum. The CODEPAGE kludge. All that is deprecated. The correct wat
    to indicate the encoding is the CHRS kludge.

    Yes, I know, the mails in question do only have the IBMPC line, but before looking for misconfigurations on others, I thought getting clear that there is no misconfiguration on my side :)

    Cheers, Michiel

    Joachim


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  • From Joachim Probst@2:240/6309 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sat Mar 7 10:44:08 2020
    Hello Michiel!

    06 Mar 20 19:41, you wrote to Richard Menedetter:

    Golded is not able to handle UTF-8.

    Not quit. Golded can be trained for very limited UTF-8 support.
    As you can see in this message.

    ä ë ï ö ü
    á é í ó ú
    à è ì ò ù

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for limited UTF-8 support?

    Cheers, Michiel

    Joachim


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  • From Karel Kral@2:423/39 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sat Mar 7 12:51:18 2020
    Hello Michiel!

    07 Mar 20 10:44, you wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    Not quit. Golded can be trained for very limited UTF-8 support.
    As you can see in this message.

    I would be interested as well... I see kludge UTF8, which I guess is linked with XLAT tables?

    For example here - in .42 conferences we use very old coding CP895. To be able to even read/and write that in Golded, I use XLAT between them...

    So my shell is like:

    LANG=en_US.utf8

    How I run golded (to achieve LATIN-2 within UTF8):

    luit -encoding 'ISO-8859-2' ./gedlnx -f

    and how CFG is setup to handle CP895 (these .chs I have long time already)

    XLATPATH /home/.../golded/xlat
    XLATCHARSET CP895 LATIN-2 kam_il2.chs
    XLATCHARSET LATIN-2 CP895 il2_kam.chs
    XLATIMPORT CP895
    XLATEXPORT CP895
    XLATLOCALSET LATIN-2

    It would be interesting to skip that LATIN-2 hop-

    (But I dont use Czech in INT echo, of course...)

    Karel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Joachim Probst on Sat Mar 7 12:32:17 2020
    Hello Joachim,

    On Saturday March 07 2020 10:40, you wrote to me:

    IBMPC was indeed originally meant to be CP437. But somehow it
    evolved to mean ANY IBM PC codepage and so another kludge was
    introduced as an addendum. The CODEPAGE kludge. All that is
    deprecated. The correct wat to indicate the encoding is the CHRS
    kludge.

    Ss documented in FTS-5003: http://ftsc.org/docs/fts-5003.001

    Yes, I know, the mails in question do only have the IBMPC line, but
    before looking for misconfigurations on others, I thought getting
    clear that there is no misconfiguration on my side :)

    This is what I have in my Golded.cfg:

    XlatCharSetAlias LATIN-1 LATIN
    XlatCharSetAlias LATIN-1 ISO-8859-1
    XlatcharSetAlias LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XlatCharSetAlias CP437 IBMPC
    ;XlatCharSetAlias CP850 IBMPC
    XlatCharsetAlias CP850 PC-8
    XlatCharSetAlias CP1252 WINDOWS
    XlatCharSetAlias NORWEIG ISO646-NO
    XlatCharSetAlias DUTCH ISO664-NL
    XlatCharSetalias SWEDISH ISO664-SE
    XlatCharSetAlias SWEDISH ISO-60
    XlatCharSetAlias CP866 +7_FIDO
    Xlatcharsetalias CP866 +7


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Joachim Probst on Sat Mar 7 14:42:27 2020
    Hello Joachim,

    On Saturday March 07 2020 10:44, you wrote to me:

    Not quit. Golded can be trained for very limited UTF-8 support.
    As you can see in this message.

    [..]

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for limited
    UTF-8 support?

    Not is a few lines, it is not all that simple. I may be enticed to write a Fidonews article about it, but that will take some time. So have patience...


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Joachim Probst on Sun Mar 8 10:59:54 2020
    Hello Joachim!

    07 Mar 20, Joachim Probst wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    The correct wat to indicate the encoding is the CHRS kludge.

    Yes, I know, the mails in question do only have the IBMPC line, but
    before looking for misconfigurations on others, I thought getting
    clear that there is no misconfiguration on my side :)

    How about pressing ALT-i and check the Bytes of the suspicious characters?
    Then compare them to the charset definitions.

    The screen scrambled problem shows up in quoted mails on my system but to be honest, i have no idea if my charset setting is correct. I haven't touched the charset files for years.

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Joachim Probst on Sun Mar 8 11:04:42 2020
    Hello Joachim!

    07 Mar 20, Joachim Probst wrote to Michiel van der Vlist:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for limited
    UTF-8 support?

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via function key into golded.

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Kai Richter on Sun Mar 8 11:33:31 2020
    Hello Kai,

    On Sunday March 08 2020 11:04, you wrote to Joachim Probst:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for limited
    UTF-8 support?

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via function
    key into golded.

    That is one way but not the only way.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Torsten Bamberg@2:240/5832 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Mar 8 11:48:15 2020
    Hallo Michiel!

    08.03.2020 11:33, Michiel van der Vlist schrieb an Kai Richter:

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via
    function key into golded.
    That is one way but not the only way.
    Thats true. Golded does utf-8 with correct charsets.

    Underneath is my current charset.cfg, it fits for german needs:

    =##= Anfang "charsets.cfg" =##=
    // Character translation definitions
    // (include file for Golded+ config)
    //
    //
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 ISO8859-5 1125_i-5.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 UTF-8 1125_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1250 12501250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1251 12501251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1252 12501252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1253 12501253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1254 12501254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1257 12501257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP1258 12501258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP437 1250_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP850 1250_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP858 1250_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 CP859 1250_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 US-ASCII 1250_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 ISO8859-1 1250_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 ISO8859-15 1250_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1250 MAC-ROMAN 1250_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1250 12511250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1251 12511251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1252 12511252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1253 12511253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1254 12511254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1257 12511257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP1258 12511258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP437 1251_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP850 1251_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP858 1251_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP859 1251_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 US-ASCII 1251_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 ISO8859-1 1251_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 ISO8859-5 1251_i-5.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 ISO8859-15 1251_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 MAC-ROMAN 1251_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1250 12521250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1251 12521251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1252 12521252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1253 12521253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1254 12521254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1257 12521257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP1258 12521258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP437 1252_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP850 1252_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP858 1252_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 CP859 1252_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 US-ASCII 1252_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 ISO8859-1 1252_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 ISO8859-15 1252_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1252 MAC-ROMAN 1252_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1250 12531250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1251 12531251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1252 12531252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1253 12531253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1254 12531254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1257 12531257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP1258 12531258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP437 1253_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP850 1253_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP858 1253_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 CP859 1253_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 US-ASCII 1253_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 ISO8859-1 1253_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 ISO8859-15 1253_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1253 MAC-ROMAN 1253_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1250 12541250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1251 12541251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1252 12541252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1253 12541253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1254 12541254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1257 12541257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP1258 12541258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP437 1254_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP850 1254_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP858 1254_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 CP859 1254_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 US-ASCII 1254_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 ISO8859-1 1254_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 ISO8859-15 1254_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1254 MAC-ROMAN 1254_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1250 12571250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1251 12571251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1252 12571252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1253 12571253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1254 12571254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1257 12571257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP1258 12571258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP437 1257_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP850 1257_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP858 1257_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 CP859 1257_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 US-ASCII 1257_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 ISO8859-1 1257_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 ISO8859-15 1257_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1257 MAC-ROMAN 1257_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1250 12581250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1251 12581251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1252 12581252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1253 12581253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1254 12581254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1257 12581257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP1258 12581258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP437 1258_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP850 1258_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP858 1258_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 CP859 1258_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 US-ASCII 1258_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 ISO8859-1 1258_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 ISO8859-15 1258_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP1258 MAC-ROMAN 1258_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1250 437_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1251 437_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1252 437_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1253 437_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1254 437_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1257 437_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP1258 437_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP437 437_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP850 437_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP858 437_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 CP859 437_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP437 US-ASCII 437_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP437 ISO8859-1 437_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP437 ISO8859-15 437_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP437 MAC-ROMAN 437_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP437 UTF-8 437_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1250 850_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1251 850_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1252 850_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1253 850_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1254 850_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1257 850_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP1258 850_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP437 850_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP850 850_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP858 850_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP859 850_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 CP866 850_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 US-ASCII 850_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP850 ISO8859-1 850_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP850 ISO8859-15 850_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP850 LATIN1QP 850_iqp.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP850 LATIN-1 850_iso.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSET CP850 MAC-ROMAN 850_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP850 UTF-8 850_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1250 858_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1251 858_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1252 858_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1253 858_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1254 858_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1257 858_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP1258 858_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP437 858_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP850 858_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP858 858_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 CP859 858_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP858 US-ASCII 858_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP858 ISO8859-1 858_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP858 ISO8859-15 858_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP858 MAC-ROMAN 858_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1250 859_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1251 859_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1252 859_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1253 859_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1254 859_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1257 859_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP1258 859_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP437 859_437.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP850 859_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP858 859_858.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 CP859 859_859.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP859 US-ASCII 859_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET CP859 ISO8859-1 859_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET CP859 ISO8859-15 859_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET CP859 MAC-ROMAN 859_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CP865 LATIN-1 865_iso.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSET CP865 UTF-8 865_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET CP866 CP850 866_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP866 CP866 866_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP866 ISO8859-5 866_i-5.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET CP866 ISO8859-5 866_ISO.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET CP866 KOI8-R 866_koi.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET CP866 KOI-7 866_koi7.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSET CP866 KOI8-R 866_koiX.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET CP866 KOI8-U 866_kou.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-U KOI8U
    XLATCHARSET CP866 CP10007 866_mcyr.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP866 UTF-8 866_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET CP866 CP1125 866_ukr.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP866 CP1251 866_win.chs
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1250 asc_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1251 asc_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1252 asc_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1253 asc_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1254 asc_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1257 asc_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP1258 asc_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP437 asc_437.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP850 asc_850.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP858 asc_858.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII CP859 asc_859.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII US-ASCII asc_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII ISO8859-1 asc_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII ISO8859-15 asc_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET US-ASCII MAC-ROMAN asc_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET CANADIAN ASCII can_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET CANADIAN IBMPC can_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET DOS+KOI8R CP866 DK1_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP866+KOI8R+H CP866 DK2_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET DUTCH ASCII dut_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET DUTCH IBMPC dut_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET FINNISH ASCII fin_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET FINNISH IBMPC fin_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET FRENCH ASCII frn_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET FRENCH IBMPC frn_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET GERMAN ASCII ger_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET GERMAN IBMPC ger_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1250 i-1_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1251 i-1_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1252 i-1_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1253 i-1_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1254 i-1_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1257 i-1_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP1258 i-1_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP437 i-1_437.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP850 i-1_850.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP858 i-1_858.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP859 i-1_859.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 US-ASCII i-1_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 ISO8859-1 i-1_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 ISO8859-15 i-1_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 MAC-ROMAN i-1_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-5 CP1125 i-5_1125.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-5 CP1251 i-5_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-5 CP866 i-5_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-5 KOI8-R i-5_koi8r.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1250 i15_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1251 i15_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1252 i15_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1253 i15_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1254 i15_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1257 i15_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP1258 i15_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP437 i15_437.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP850 i15_850.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP858 i15_858.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 CP859 i15_859.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 US-ASCII i15_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 ISO8859-1 i15_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 ISO8859-15 i15_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-15 MAC-ROMAN i15_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET LATIN1MAC IBMPC i1m_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC ASCII ibm_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC COMPOSED ibm_cmp.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC I51 ibm_i51.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC IBMPC ibm_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC LATIN1QP ibm_iqp.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP865 ISO ibm_iso.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP865 MAC ibm_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP865 MNEMONIC ibm_mne.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC SWEDISH ibm_swe.chs
    XLATCHARSET IBMPC VT100 ibm_vt1.chs
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-5+KOI8R CP866 IK1_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5+KOI8R ISO88595+KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET ISO-5+KOI8R+H CP866 IK2_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO-5+KOI8R+H ISO5+KOI8R+H
    XLATCHARSET LATIN1QP CP850 iqp_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET LATIN1QP CP865 iqp_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET LATIN-1 UTF-8 iso1_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET ISO CP850 iso_850.chs
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 ASCII iso_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 CP865 iso_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET ISO8859-1 ISO8859-1 iso_iso.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET LATIN-1 MAC iso_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSET LATIN-1 VT100 iso_vt1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSET ITALIAN ASCII ita_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET ITALIAN IBMPC itl_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET KOI-7 KOI-7 k7_k7.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSET KOI-7 KOI8-R k7_k8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-R KOI-7 k8_k7.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSET KOI-7 CP866 koi7_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI-7 KOI7
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-R UTF-8 koi8_u8.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSETALIAS UTF-8 UTF8
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-R ISO8859-5 koi8r_i-5.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-5 ISO88595
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-R CP866 koi_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-U CP866 kou_866.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-U KOI8U
    XLATCHARSET KOI8-U CP1125 kou_ukr.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-U KOI8U
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1250 mac_1250.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1251 mac_1251.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1252 mac_1252.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1253 mac_1253.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1254 mac_1254.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1257 mac_1257.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP1258 mac_1258.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP437 mac_437.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP850 mac_850.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP858 mac_858.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN CP859 mac_859.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN US-ASCII mac_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSETALIAS US-ASCII USASCII
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN ISO8859-1 mac_i-1.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-1 ISO88591
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN ISO8859-15 mac_i15.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSETALIAS ISO8859-15 ISO885915
    XLATCHARSET MAC CP865 mac_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET MAC LATIN-1 mac_iso.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS LATIN-1 LATIN1
    XLATCHARSET MAC-ROMAN MAC-ROMAN mac_mac.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSETALIAS MAC-ROMAN MACROMAN
    XLATCHARSET MAC VT100 mac_vt1.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP10007 CP866 mcyr_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET NORWEG ASCII nor_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET NORWEG IBMPC nor_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET PORTU ASCII prt_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET PORTU IBMPC prt_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET SPANISH ASCII spn_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET SPANISH IBMPC spn_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET SWEDISH ASCII swe_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET SWEDISH IBMPC swe_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET SWISS ASCII swi_asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET SWISS IBMPC swi_ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET UK ASCII uk__asc.chs
    XLATCHARSET UK IBMPC uk__ibm.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 CP866 ukr_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 KOI8-R ukr_koi.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-R KOI8R
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 KOI8-U ukr_kou.chs
    XLATCHARSETALIAS KOI8-U KOI8U
    XLATCHARSET CP1125 CP1125 ukr_ukr.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251 CP866 win_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251+KOI8R CP866 WK1_866.chs
    XLATCHARSET CP1251+KOI8R+H CP866 WK2_866.chs
    ;added 01.05.2017 by tb - charset from michiel van der vlist
    XLATCHARSET UTF-8 CP850 UTF8_850.chs
    =##= Ende "charsets.cfg" =##=

    Cheers, Michiel
    Bye/2 Torsten

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Kai Richter on Sun Mar 8 11:35:53 2020
    Hello Kai,

    Sunday March 08 2020 11:33, I wrote to you:

    On Sunday March 08 2020 11:04, you wrote to Joachim Probst:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for
    limited UTF-8 support?

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via
    function key into golded.

    That is one way but not the only way.

    This message was written with Golded's internal editor. For just accents and umlauts it works.

    á é í ó ú ä ë ï ö ü

    For Cyrillic I use Winvi as external editor.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From Kai Richter@2:240/77 to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Mar 8 23:40:46 2020
    Hello Michiel!

    08 Mar 20, Michiel van der Vlist wrote to Kai Richter:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for
    limited UTF-8 support?

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via
    function key into golded.

    That is one way but not the only way.

    Is that the easy way or the hard way?

    Regards

    Kai

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Kai Richter on Sun Mar 8 23:52:48 2020
    Hello Kai,

    On Sunday March 08 2020 23:40, you wrote to me:

    As said before, attach an external utf-8 capable editor via
    function key into golded.

    That is one way but not the only way.

    Is that the easy way or the hard way?

    Hmmm... I'd say it is easier to configure, but harder to use.

    I plan to write a Fidonews article on the subject. But it will take a bit of time, so please have patience.


    Cheers, Michiel

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12 to Kai Richter on Sun Mar 8 19:02:56 2020
    Re: Golded, IBMPC, special characters
    By: Kai Richter to Michiel van der Vlist on Sun Mar 08 2020 23:40:46


    That is one way but not the only way.

    Is that the easy way or the hard way?

    yes ;)


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  • From Angel Ripoll@2:341/66 to Michiel Van Der Vlist on Sun Apr 12 15:37:58 2020
    Hola Michiel!

    Sßbado 07 Marzo 2020 14:42, Michiel van der Vlist escribió a Joachim Probst:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for limited
    UTF-8 support?

    MvdV> Not is a few lines, it is not all that simple. I may be enticed to write
    MvdV> a Fidonews article about it, but that will take some time. So have
    MvdV> patience...

    I would really appreciate it :)

    Saludos.

    Angel Ripoll
    aripoll(at)zruspas.org

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  • From Michiel van der Vlist@2:280/5555 to Angel Ripoll on Sun Apr 12 18:03:51 2020
    Hello Angel,

    On Sunday April 12 2020 15:37, you wrote to me:

    Can you give any tips or links on how to train Golded for
    limited UTF-8 support?

    MvdV>> Not is a few lines, it is not all that simple. I may be enticed
    MvdV>> to write a Fidonews article about it, but that will take some
    MvdV>> time. So have patience...

    I would really appreciate it :)

    Maybe next week...


    Cheers, Michiel

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