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by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 17:03
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?
Replies: 9
Views: 16298

Re: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?

So if I want to put euro sign (0x0080) I'm out of luck?
by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 16:41
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?
Replies: 9
Views: 16298

Re: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?

Thank you for the link. Is it possible to enter Alt codes that start with 0?

For me, FAR appears to interpret the keystrokes as Alt+Insert no matter
if I have NumLock enabled or disabled. Must be hardcoded somewhere...
by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 14:50
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?
Replies: 9
Views: 16298

Re: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?

I don't speak Russian well enough to find it,
I would be grateful if you could.

I've spent 4 days on researching this, so far...

I've looked at source code to get a clue, but to no avail.

What I want to do is find out if this is a bug or an intended behaviour.
by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 13:47
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?
Replies: 9
Views: 16298

Re: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?

[Alt]+[2][2][1]

(without preceding zero)

Should output √ (Square root symbol) which is in OEM codepage 437.
Instead, it outputs û which is located in ANSI Windows codepage 1252.

Why is it so? Am I too stupid to grasp it?
by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 13:29
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?
Replies: 9
Views: 16298

FAR Alt codes give out always ANSI chars, why?

Hello, Why is it not possible to enter OEM characters with Alt codes since version 2 (unicode)? FAR 1.75.0.2634 works as expected. No matter if you start your code with 0 or not, it always outputs ANSI 1252 character. That is: [Alt]+[2][2][1] [Alt]+[0][2][2][1] both output: û However, Unicode hex ke...
by DanielK
Mon 07 Apr, 2014 12:08
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: Quick filter
Replies: 11
Views: 16457

Quick filter

Hello to everyone, I'm new here, Is it possible in FAR to quickly define filters without having to add them to the Filters menu, like in Double Commander? I mean, say you want to show all files except *.md5, you press for example Alt+F, a small popup menu appears (in the same manner as when you pres...

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