Unicode support

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Unicode support

#1 Post by Alex » 12.11.2007, 00:08

Unicode support is needed.
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TC 7.5 will support Unicode.
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#2 Post by Fad » 14.11.2007, 11:03

I agree with this suggestion.

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#3 Post by rutras » 26.11.2007, 13:24

Yes, i need the unicode support too.

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Unicode Support

#4 Post by wizard43 » 09.01.2008, 22:10

I also ran into a need for unicode support today. What is TC 7.5? Will it be possible to add unicode support to Free Commander?

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Re: Unicode Support

#5 Post by enkryptor » 10.01.2008, 09:31

wizard43 wrote: What is TC 7.5?
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Re: Unicode Support

#6 Post by Dreamer » 10.01.2008, 19:29

enkryptor wrote:Total Commander (yet another fm, commercial)
TC = Total Commander

and "fm" = file manager (right?). :wink:

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#7 Post by NNR » 23.05.2008, 01:47

I need this feature too.

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#8 Post by bugmenot » 15.06.2008, 05:16

I am really in need for this feature, because most of my files and folders are in east asian characters. FreeCommander is unusable for me because of the lack of unicode support.

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#9 Post by sovereignty68 » 16.06.2008, 02:23

definitely need unicode support, its the most critical feature missing in freecommander.

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#10 Post by narf » 16.06.2008, 09:04

I have the same problem as bugmenot here. for people who have to use east asian characters on a regular basis FC is sadly not the right choice.

give us unicode support. PLEEEEASE :)

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#11 Post by bugmenot » 14.07.2008, 15:17

I hope this is not asking too much, but:

Is there a plan in the near future that FreeCommander WILL have support for unicode? I think the other users who are in dire need of this feature need to know as well.

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#12 Post by Marek » 15.07.2008, 20:07

What is "near future" :)? I want integrate unicode, after the next version of Delphi is released. However, this can last a little bit :).

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#13 Post by navin » 19.07.2008, 12:51

+1 for this feature.

I also happen to work with a lot of files that have East Asian characters in their filenames, in which case Freecommander shows the truncated 8:3 names or question marks.

It's the one thing that's stopping Freecommander from being the perfect file manager for me right now. :lol:

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#14 Post by Pincopallino » 11.08.2008, 07:44

Ditto here. I currently use a French Windows with Japanese support. FC has troubles with files containing character like "é" or "ç" and this stops the otherwise wonderful feature that is the folder synchronize. Unicode support please! :oops:

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#15 Post by matera » 17.08.2008, 04:39

I know it is coming, so I will try to wait patiently. I don't need it as much as some people do, but I had some very awkward moments when I saved some downloaded files with Polish names and had to use Windows Explorer to rename them because I could not open, copy/move, or in any way do anything with them . . . :lol:

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