Why the Russian letters not reading and not writting?


#1

I can’t see Russian letters and normally saves it. What I must do?


#2

Кодировка стоит в настройках utf-8 ?


#3

Are the characters encoded as UTF-8? Can you supply some text here that reproduces the problem?


#4

Да. Я его писал в блокноте. Yes. I write it in Notepad.


#5
  1. Yes. - it save ‘Atom рулит’.

#6

that is original code


#7

Глупый вопрос, но всё же. Шрифт различается что тут, что там:?
Ибо, может сам шрифт не поддерживает кириллицу:?


#8

When I paste this text into Atom, it displays properly:

I’m using the Source Code Pro font. Which font are you using?


#9

Try to save it and open in Notepad. Or try to write it in Notepad and then open in Atom. Font… I tried Mistral - no result.


#10

Попробуй сохранить и открыть в блокноте -.-. Try to save and then open in Notepad -.-


#11

I’m not on Windows, so I don’t have Notepad. I’m on OS X and used TextEdit (the built-in text editor). I saved the file using TextEdit and opened it in Atom … no issue, same result:


#12

Hm-m… I can record my screen, if you want.


#13

Actually, it would be more helpful if you could upload the file itself so that we could see how it is encoded. Or you could install the hex package and show a screen shot of the hex output of the text:

As you can see here D0 94 is UTF-8 for Д


#14

Thanks for help, but when I create file in Notepad and open in Atom I see ??? in cubes. When I rewrite it in Atom and save, it… didn’t changed, but the editor see the Russian letters!


#15

Try to click the current encoding name in the status bar (UTF-8) and select “Windows 1251”