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  • #19774

    LifeTimer
    Participant

    I love the feature of EmEditor that automatically decodes different types of encoded strings and characters so that you can just hover the mouse over them in order to see their decoded value, but I just noticed that this does not seem to work on URL encoded unicode characters, it that true?

    Example:

    It DOES decode the following: %2f

    But it does NOT (seem to?) decode the following: %u00e5

    If this isn’t just some kind of mistake och misunderstanding from my side, I would suggest to implement support for such characters too, if possible?

    #19775

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello LifeTimer,

    You are right. According to WikiPedia, %uxxxx is non-standard implementations. However, is this still common use? If so, I might have to support this.

    Thanks!

    #19776

    LifeTimer
    Participant

    Hello Mr Emura,

    Yes, they are indeed very much in common use in the world of web applications and web server logs, so it would be really great if you could support this!

    Thanks for considering this!

    #19803

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Hello LifeTimer,

    This feature is added now:

    https://www.emeditor.com/forums/topic/emeditor-v14-8-0-beta-1/

    Thank you!

    #19804

    LifeTimer
    Participant

    Excellent, and thanks a lot for being so responsive with feature suggestions!

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