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EditLive! Supported Character Sets 

EditLive! supports the display and usage of the following character sets:

Character Set

Character Set Name

ASCII

American Standard Code for Information Interchange

CP1252

Windows Latin-1

UTF-8

Eight-bit Unicode Transformation Format

UTF-16

Sixteen-bit Unicode Transformation Format

ISO2022CN

Sixteen-bit Unicode Transformation Format

ISO2022JP

JIS X 0201, 0208 in ISO 2022 form, Japanese

ISO2022KR

ISO 2022 KR, Korean

ISO8859_1

ISO 8859-1, Latin Alphabet No.1

ISO8859_2

ISO 8859-2, Latin Alphabet No.2

ISO8859_3

ISO 8859-3, Latin Alphabet No.3

ISO8859_4

ISO 8859-4, Latin Alphabet No.4

ISO8859_5

ISO 8859-5, Latin/Cyrillic Alphabet

ISO8859_6

ISO 8859-6, Latin/Arabic Alphabet

ISO8859_7

ISO 8859-7, Latin/Greek Alphabet

ISO8859_8

ISO 8859-8, Latin/Hebrew Alphabet

ISO8859_9

ISO 8859-9, Latin Alphabet No.5

ISO8859_13

ISO 8859-13, Latin Alphabet No.7

ISO8859_15

ISO 8859-15, Latin Alphabet No.9

SJIS

Shift-JIS, Japanese

Big5

Chinese Big5

If a character is supported by EditLive!'s defined character set, yet the current font-face being used cannot render this character, the character will not be corrupted and simply rendered as □.

If a character is not supported by EditLive!'s defined character set, the character will be corrupted and replaced with a ?. This corruption is not reversible. Please take care to define the correct character set for your content.

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