EmEditor can open and edit any text files written with Unicode, Unicode big endian, UTF-8, UTF-7, Baltic, Central European, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Cyrillic, Greek, Japanese (Shift-JIS), Japanese (JIS), Japanese (EUC), Korean, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese, Western European, or any other encodings available on Windows.
In Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista, more encodings are available by checking additional languages under Supplemental language support on the Languages tab of Regional and Language Options in the Control Panel. You can also check encoding you want to use under code page conversion tables on the Advanced tab.
Encodings you want to use can be added on the Define Encodings dialog box.
Newline Characters can be CRs only, LFs only, or CR and LF pairs.
•You can edit Unicode text files but languages that are written from right to left such as Arabic and Hebrew may be edited incorrectly. Not all Unicode control characters are supported.
•You can edit Unicode text files but it depends on the font. Some display characters are not supported. You need to choose an appropriate font for the language you wish to use.
•When a file contains null characters, the null characters will be converted into spaces.