I think this use case should be handle in a way close what Eclipse editor does: if the file contains characters that may not be encoded with the specified encoding, the editor should refuse to save and offer an option to go to the first incompatible character, in order to allow the user to change it.
What will happen if I open another file specifying ISO LATIN and then add incorrect character and try to save ? Will it automatically switch to another encoding ? Or will refuse to save ? Or will it remove the wrong characters ?
And if I remove the wrong characters from the first file, will the editor accept to switch back to ISO LATIN encoding ?
Fantastic editor anyway, and thanks for being so fast to answer questions!
Changing the encoding for saving the document seems not to work. I oppened an ISO Latin document by error as an UTF8, and it was converted to UTF8. After saving to my server, the encoding was broken (UTF 8 instead of original ISO LATIN) so I changed to ISO LATIN in the document properties and saved it again, but it still UTF 8 and in document properties, ISO LATIN as been reset to UTF 8 :-(
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