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 PDF contained 161 scanned pages from a book, but not one word could be accessed as text, despite using OCR on them. What can you do?
Notarized versions of DeepTools for working with versions, Rosettavert for converting text encodings, SearchKey and SearchKeyLite for editing extended attributes for Spotlight searches.
Trying to work with Unicode can be frustrating at times. Here’s an excellent free book with valuable practical tips for all users, and much more for linguists too.
This new version has performance improvements, and can now encode almost every character in normal English text to an obscure Unicode codepoint. Total obfuscation!
Want to hide text from electronic searching and matching? Or just explore some of Unicode’s encoding issues? Here’s a useful tool.
The word looks identical, but uses different Unicode characters. How can you tell the difference? There are important security implications, and more.
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.
You may think that you type URLs into your browser. In fact they’re IRIs, and the internet still can’t cope with Unicode. Why not?