[TxMt] Workarounds for "problematic" CJK-support

Sean Schertell sean at datafly.net
Sun Sep 10 11:53:02 UTC 2006

For multibyte character friendly editing, try skEdit. It's not quite  
as feature-rich or polished as TM, but it handles CJK rendering and  
input without a hitch.


On Sep 10, 2006, at 3:41 PM, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:

> Hi!
> Using CJK in TextMate from time to time I would be interested what
> other users who need CJK-input do to circumvent the problems of
> CJK-input in TextMate.
> Right now I usually use Sidenote (http://www.chatelp.org/?s=Sidenote)
> if I have to put in some CJK-text. Typing it in there and pasting it
> then to the fitting place in TextMate. It's quite handy if you have
> only to type in small pieces of CJK-text.
> What are other people doing?
> Niels
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