6 Replies Latest reply on Sep 27, 2012 2:31 AM by Krischu

    different encodings windows-1252 vs. UTF-8

    Krischu Level 1

      One of the main problems that occured after introducing RH9 and moving our RH5 project (a merged project) to RH9 is the fact that our application cannot read the .chm files, e.g. there is no help available in our application. Not so good, isn't it?

       

      An idea came to me that it could be the encoding (formerly windows-1252) is now UTF-8

      for whatever reason. I don't know whether we actually enforced it or if it was a default choice when we imported the RH5 project.

       

      Anyway, the current situation is a show stopper.

       

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      Christoph