Topic "Unicode paths."

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Unicode paths seem to be not compatible Sad

I hope it can be addressed.

Thanks for the great program!
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martin
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It is on the wishlist.
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Martin,

Firstly, I must say thanks for this wonderfully functional and useful product; it has made my life much simpler in my administrative tasks at my office.

Somewhat problematically, my office is in Tokyo and the vast majority of files on the Linux/Samba fileserver have Japanese filenames, encoded as UTF-8.

As such, I'd just like to add another voice to those calling for Unicode filename support.

Thanks again,

- Nigel
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Dear Martin,

thanks for this product! And another voice calling for UTF-8 translation support.. If I could help in testing/debugging that part, I would be more than helpful.

-jerry-

ndt44 wrote:
Martin,

Firstly, I must say thanks for this wonderfully functional and useful product; it has made my life much simpler in my administrative tasks at my office.

Somewhat problematically, my office is in Tokyo and the vast majority of files on the Linux/Samba fileserver have Japanese filenames, encoded as UTF-8.

As such, I'd just like to add another voice to those calling for Unicode filename support.

Thanks again,

- Nigel
ls2newbee

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same here.

Seems that there is still no solution (for Unicode chars not displayable in current LOCALE, e.g. Simplifiead Chinese filenames, WinSCP running on WinXP configured German for non-Unicode Programs - German Umlauts are ok by specifiying Protocol Options: Server does not use UTF-8: Off)

ls2newbee at linkstationwiki.net
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ls2newbee wrote:
Seems that there is still no solution (for Unicode chars not displayable in current LOCALE, e.g. Simplifiead Chinese filenames, WinSCP running on WinXP configured German for non-Unicode Programs - German Umlauts are ok by specifiying Protocol Options: Server does not use UTF-8: Off)

WinSCP does not have Unicode interface. It can display only those UTF-8 characters that are displayable in locale character set.
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prikryl wrote:
ls2newbee wrote:
Seems that there is still no solution (for Unicode chars not displayable in current LOCALE, e.g. Simplifiead Chinese filenames, WinSCP running on WinXP configured German for non-Unicode Programs - German Umlauts are ok by specifiying Protocol Options: Server does not use UTF-8: Off)

WinSCP does not have Unicode interface. It can display only those UTF-8 characters that are displayable in locale character set.


International UTF-8 support would be wonderful - I second the request (again)

e.g. "проект_Понимание_геноцида." chokes
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turnkit wrote:
International UTF-8 support would be wonderful - I second the request (again)

e.g. "проект_Понимание_геноцида." chokes

There is almost not chance that WinSCP will support full unicode.
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