Zim uses UTF-8 internally, regardless of the file system encoding. So, I'm
not sure I understand your question.
On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 11:21 AM, Jianhan Gao <gaojian...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Deat all,
> I'm using zim 0.61 on Win7_cn & Ubuntu, same machine.
> The new page name encoding under linux is defaulted to utf-8, while under
> windows it is not ( GBK ), this resulted a bad order in the Contents panel,
> and focusing behavior in the panel some times goes wrong too.
> (m) // should be here
> u // these three is in utf-8
> m // but here (this is in GBK encoding)
> Is there any way to force zim to always create new page file NAME with
> UTF-8 encoding ? Thanks a lot.
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