When saving a file as an encoding other than Unicode, Unicode big endian, or UTF-8, prompts if the document contains Unicode characters which cannot be converted to the specified encoding.
If this box is checked, any Unicode character that cannot be converted to the destination code page will be encoded as a numeric entity code such as ❖.
If this box is checked, any Unicode character that cannot be converted to the destination code page will be encoded as the named entity code such as ©. This option is available only when Internet Explorer 5.0 or later is installed.
Convert tabs to spaces when saving documents.
Insert returns at wrap points when saving documents.
Delete the file if the document is empty.
Delete spaces at end of lines when saving documents. Even if this option is enabled, extra spaces at the cursor line will not be affected when a file is being saved. However, they will be deleted when a file is being saved and closed at the same time.
If this is checked, when an untitled document is being saved, the first line of the document will be used to name the file.
If this is checked, EmEditor will display a dialogue box to prompt user before deleting the old file when renaming.
Select an encoding method when saving the file.
When saving the file as Unicode, Unicode big endian or UTF-8, add the Byte Order Mark (BOM) signature to the file.
Specify how to save returns. No Change will not change the return styles. CR+LF (Windows) will change all returns to CR plus LF pairs. CR only (Macintosh) will change all returns to CRs. LF only (Unix) will change returns to LFs. Generally, Windows uses CR+LF for all returns. Macintosh uses CRs only, and Unix uses LFs only.