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  • #7963

    Randolph
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    In v8 and below version, Font Category always switched automatically after I reloaded the text file with another encoding. For example, when I reload the file into Japanese Shift-JIS encoding, the Font Category will switch to Japanese at the same time, using MS Gothic to display.

    But in v9, I have to manually change the Font Category, slowing down my efficiency quite a lot.

    Is there some way to solve this issue?

    #7964

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Randolph wrote:
    In v8 and below version, Font Category always switched automatically after I reloaded the text file with another encoding. For example, when I reload the file into Japanese Shift-JIS encoding, the Font Category will switch to Japanese at the same time, using MS Gothic to display.

    But in v9, I have to manually change the Font Category, slowing down my efficiency quite a lot.

    Is there some way to solve this issue?

    I reproduced this issue. I will fix this issue by next version. Thanks!

    #8043

    Randolph
    Member

    Yutaka wrote:

    I reproduced this issue. I will fix this issue by next version. Thanks!

    I’ve tried the latest version 9.08 just now, this bug still exists…
    When can it be fixed???

    #8046

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    Randolph wrote:

    Yutaka wrote:

    I reproduced this issue. I will fix this issue by next version. Thanks!

    I’ve tried the latest version 9.08 just now, this bug still exists…
    When can it be fixed???

    I am sorry I forgot to fix it by v9.08, but it has just been fixed on my machine. Thanks!

    #8047

    Randolph
    Member

    Yutaka wrote:

    I am sorry I forgot to fix it by v9.08, but it has just been fixed on my machine. Thanks!

    Oh…..
    Well, OK, I’ll wait. Hope the new version will come soon.:-(

    Anyway, thanks for your prompt reply.

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