Always work in OEM-US
I want to always open source code files as OEM-US as otherwise line-draw characters get mashed up.
I see there is supposed to be a python script out there that will achieve this. Anybody got it?
PeterJones last edited by
I believe that
notepad.menuCommand(MENUCOMMAND.FORMAT_DOS_437)is what you want (DOS CodePage 437 is equivalent to OEM-US). You could bind a script with that (or just record a macro of you selecting Encoding > Character Sets > Western European > OEM-US) and assign to a keystroke of your choice. Or you could write a more complicated PythonScript script that will associate a function with the “open file” notification.
Alan Kilborn last edited by
@PeterJones said in Always work in OEM-US:
…that will associate a function with the “open file” notification.
One thing I’ve noticed is that if a session (including the “remembered” session) is restored when N++ is starting up, “open file” notifications are not received (for files in the session) by code that is installed via Pythonscript’s startup.py. However, “buffer activated” notifications for these files are received.
Having not tried something like what the OP desires in this scenario, I’m not sure it comes into play, but I thought I’d mention it.
@PeterJones thanks, that’s an approach I hadn’t thought of.