Input methods at the age of Unicode
charupdate at orange.fr
Fri Jul 17 10:38:22 CDT 2015
On 30 Jun 2015, at 23:28, Doug Ewell wrote:
> This works on the built-in Notepad as well as Notepad++ and BabelPad
Notepad++ is great software. It supports Kana shift states and all of Unicode, I infere from what I've tested.
The bit on process garbage found on the homepage might target other text editors that would then not be streamlined for efficiency, I suppose.
As a text editor, I recommend Notepad++.
Thank you for this information.
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