Yes, but what if you have Chinese version of Windows? Or in my case(i am from Croatia) when you have filenames with special characters like "šđčćž" which are quite often in filenames around here.
That makes sense, thanks
Although I'm in a very similar position (Poland) and I've seen no problems using FARR with Polish diacritic characters, with one exception, but it's unrelated to the codepage.
I wonder though how adding Unicode support to FARR would help in situations such as "X language filename on Y language system", since as far as I know filenames are not stored in Unicode on Windows - or are they? I've seen "unicode filenames" mentioned here and there, but Windows APIs return ANSI filenames, at least on XP.
Now the the exception (hope mouser sees it
FARR uses Ctrl+Alt+O to trigger the Options dialog box. This blocks me from entering the "ó" character, a Polish diacritic. More precisely, the character does appear correctly in the search box, but the Options dialog box pops up as well, preventing me from typing any further until I dismiss it. It's a frequent gotcha when assigning Ctrl+Alt combinations, since the right Alt key (AltGR) on many country-specific keyboard maps to Ctrl+Alt. So for example any program that swallows Ctrl+Alt plus a, c, e, l, n, o, x or z prevents me from typing in Polish.