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    Holger

    The above file in your ZIP still is ANSI.
    Should be UTF8 as you state in your manual 😉

    P.S.: I had to repost this because the original post does not resolve properly, instead you’ll get to the main page. Hope this one is displayed.

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    Glenn
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    Depends on your editor. According to the documentation, if there is no identifier at the top of the file, an editor will examine the contents to determine if there are any multi-byte characters. If it doesn’t find any, it deems the file to be ANSI text, if it finds something it will decide what it is. In our case, there are no multi-byte characters in the sample ini (that I know of) so it is deemed to be ansi. If you add multi-byte characters you need to tell the editor what encoding you want when you save it. You can force the editor to write the identifier by selecting UTF-8-BOM encoding if available.

    I notice Notepad calls it ansi but Notepad plus plus calls it utf-8. Curious…

    p.s. something to do with the regex in the redirection plug-in.

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