Ok, thank you.
I work on a PC.
Do you think if i use my patch on a Mac, accent problem will solve ?
I’ll test it…
> Hello,> > I think max write txt files in mac-roman encoding.> > Bertrand
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I’m pretty sure that on Windows Max 4 uses whatever the Windows 8-bit extended ASCII is. In any case, not UTF-8.
So no matter what platform you are on, you’ll need to write your own converter to/from UTF-8.
Hope this helps,
latest Max is using Mac Roman on both Windows XP and OSX, I’m using a
server side macRomanToIso function in php to convert the text server
side, then iso to UTF-8. :)
2008/2/20, Peter Castine
Odd, it doesn’t use MacRoman in the Max window. I had to modify a number of Litter Power externals because they had assumed MacRoman and were trying to print things like ‘≤’ and ‘π’, and it all came out looking just a bit odd on Windows.
But whatever, if you’ve found a solution that works for you, great!
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