Hi, 

I wonder why this is not the default? If a .cpg file is present, one can
assume that the information is correct. Probably in some edge cases it
may be false, but in the majority I assume the .cpg files to contain
correct information. 

Andreas 

On 2016-07-07 16:17, Claas Leiner wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> QGIS uses the .cpg file when you deselect the Option  "Ignore shapefile 
> encoding declaration"
> 
> You find it:
> Settings > Options >  Data Sources
> 
> Then there are no encoding-problems tu use QGIS with Shapefiles in in a mixed 
> environment.
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Claas
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