On Sat, 4 Nov 2006 21:23:57 +0100
Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger(a)uvena.de> wrote:
On Fri, 3 Nov 2006 18:12:03 +0100, Francois Cami
1/ the new "open" dialog window is
perfect, the encoding selector is
exactly what I needed, except it's a unsorted, see attached
screenshot for an example. I suspect this may be GTK's fault,
It is sorted, but in a strange way. The list is sorted alphabetically
by the name of the encoding and the list is displayed from left to
write. So the first item is at row 0, column 0, the second at row 0,
column two and so on. Perhaps we will change this.
Ah, I hadn't noticed this. So it's not unsorted at all, it's not sorted
the way I expected it to be :)
Sorting by english name of encoding (for example "Western"), since this
is what is displayed first, may be better. That's what I expected (and
that's what kate does on Linux).
editing texts in right-to-left languages like arabic
doesn't work. Geany seems able to add or remove characters
correctly, but the cursor is always displayed at one end of the
arabic text line, not where it actually is (i.e. not where text is
added if the user starts to add text). The same behaviour exists in
Did you try whether it works with Scite? Sorry, can't say very much
about this at the moment, never played with RTL languages.
Either I'm doing something wrong, or Scite cannot display Arabic (on
Windows, at least). Geany++ !