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fSekrit / Re: Fsekrit fails to run Thai text searches
« on: December 19, 2016, 02:59:43 PM »
Thank you. Your explanation truly educates me. I must confess I myself am very superficial and limited in computer knowledge, much less in coding.

Kind regards.

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fSekrit / Re: Fsekrit fails to run Thai text searches
« on: December 19, 2016, 01:59:29 PM »
Thank you very much, f0dder, for your kind answer to my question.

For your information, I have run similar tests with Microsoft Notepad and Ted Notepad, both of which are also ANSI-encoded by default, relating specifically to text searching. It happened the two text editors could search and locate Thai text fine.

Kind regards

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fSekrit / Fsekrit fails to run Thai text searches
« on: December 14, 2016, 07:39:56 AM »
I have used fSekrit for a while. The application is excellent, particularly capable of writing and reading the Thai language by default. The problem that I have faced, however, is that fSekrit cannot run a search of texts written in Thai. The search term can readily be written in Thai in the application's search box, but when a search is executed, it cannot find its search target, even though the target search phrase does exist.

I would be grateful if any one could please advise if there is a way to resolve the problem. Or if this is a bug related to the application, I am hopeful there will be a solution to it in a future application upgrade. Thank you.

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