> Hi Henning,
>>===== Original Message From Henning Hraban Ramm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> =====
>>> Hans and others use SciTE. Does it provide Unicode/bidirectional
>>> support
>>> support?
>>You can set it up to use UTF-8, but I don't think it supports r-t-l or
> That's really too bad:-(( I actually have UniType Global Writer but it's
> really a pain to use for TeX source editing. On the other hand, it can be
> used
> to copy and past to WinEdt (where it will show up as utf-8 ascii). An
> all-in-one solution would be much better though.
> Now I'm a KDE lover myself;-) but doesn't GTK support bidi/rtl? So
> shouldn't
> SciTE support bidi right out of the box?
> In any case, I would still like to try SciTE if Hans' support files are
> available somewhere. Quick question: how does one activate utf-8?
> Best
> Idris

Hello Idris,

I think Hans properties file is available in the ConTeXt distribution at
and the documentation is available in

For utf: Open SciTE, chose Options->Open User Options File and add the line
to that file.

I don't know what you like, but I have some other things there too:

Good luck!

Regards, Micke P

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