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I write php (html) pages all day.
If I'm working in the house, I'm unfortunately working on my HP with Windont xp and I code in HTML-kit (which I like).
When I feel like a change or a smoke, I work on my Thinkpad in the attached garage wich is running SuSe Linux.
There I use Quanta + which I also like a lot.
So, here it is:
On windows I can alt+shift+9 and change my key map to Cyrillic and type in HTML-kit any Руссиан (Russian) text I wish and it is viewable via a browser so long as I set doc type win1251.
If I open that page on my Thinkpad (Linux - Quanta +) from the web server and edit it then save, the cyrillic text that I had entered on the win sys is not viewable any longer.
Now if I go in the house and open that doc on win (HTML-kit), none of the Cyrillic is viewable.
The text that was originally entered in html-kit is all ??? question marks and the Cyrillic text entered via Quanta is, well just strang ( а б в г д е).
Other that using Notepad and "saving as" utf-8, is there another HTML editor for windows that will not mess up the Unix documents?
I've tried Otpad, notepad +, Quanta Gold (not bad, but not what i need), CrimsonEditor, Maguma Studio(bought before i found html-kit 5 years ago), etc...
I like HTML-kit (even wrote a Cyrillic Plug-in for it), but would change if this issue could be addressed.
What I'd like is to get a windows port of Quanta +.
I have the ability to run Gimp 2 on my win sys, what i mean is I already have the G2k?? libs on it...