Asian language characters
 
To insert characters from Asian languages (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc.) into TreePad articles, you must enable DBCS (Double Byte Character Set) mode by clicking Main menu ⁄ Options ⁄ Language and checking the Enable DBCS mode checkbox (unchecked by default). You must be using an Asian version of Windows for this to work, i.e., inserting Asian characters while using a Western version of Windows will not work.
 
 
Doing this will also enable the two checkboxes beneath.
 
Wordwrap at space
Checking this allows word wrap to occur only where there is a space, thus keeping all the characters in a word together instead of breaking the word up when the end of a line is reached.
 
Support ASCII character set 0
Including character set 0 means that the standard ASCII characters (including a-z, 0-9, A-Z) are supported. Excluding character set 0 disables these characters. In other words, Include character set 0 if you wish to use both Western and Asian characters. Exclude it if you wish to use only Asian characters.
 
We stress that the status of DBCS mode is still experimental and value any feedback from users.
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