My sincere apologies: Rosettavert version 1.3 has a bug in window resizing which prevents you from enlarging its […]
Opening old text files in non-Roman languages, you’re sure to come across mojibake, when the text is in a different encoding. Here’s a solution.
This page is for your support questions and comments on my free utilities Dystextia, which demonstrates obfuscation of […]
Notarized versions of DeepTools for working with versions, Rosettavert for converting text encodings, SearchKey and SearchKeyLite for editing extended attributes for Spotlight searches.
Apfelstrudel, which explores Unicode normalisation and string operations; Dystextia for obfuscating Roman text using spoofing; and Rosettavert for converting between text encodings.
All these have now been updated and should pass Gatekeeper checks and run on both Sierra and High Sierra.
Tools for examining Unicode normalisation, converting between text encodings, and for obfuscating text using similar Unicode characters.
Factoring the code better to separate reading and writing the underlying data, and converting that for display.
Do you want to convert files using non-Unicode text to modern format? Or between the 144 different encodings supported by iconv? Here’s a tool to make that easy.
Progress with Rosettavert to convert text encoding, including popup menus with 144 entries. But stumbling still on an issue of string encoding.