Difference between revisions of "Unicode"

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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode Unicode] is fully supported in TouchDesigner. Unicode can be typed into parameters, DATs, Python scripts etc. Unicode encoded text files can be loaded into DATs. File paths can include any unicode character that is legal for a file path. The [[Text TOP]] and [[Text SOP]] can accept unicode characters directly. Fallback fonts will be used if a unicode character can not be displayed in the currently selected font.
 
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode Unicode] is fully supported in TouchDesigner. Unicode can be typed into parameters, DATs, Python scripts etc. Unicode encoded text files can be loaded into DATs. File paths can include any unicode character that is legal for a file path. The [[Text TOP]] and [[Text SOP]] can accept unicode characters directly. Fallback fonts will be used if a unicode character can not be displayed in the currently selected font.
  
[[Tscript]] does not support Unicode, so anything that goes through TScript will lose unicode characters and result in incorrect script execution.
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[[Tscript]] does ''not'' support Unicode, so anything that goes through TScript will lose unicode characters and result in incorrect script execution.

Revision as of 23:56, 3 June 2020

Unicode is fully supported in TouchDesigner. Unicode can be typed into parameters, DATs, Python scripts etc. Unicode encoded text files can be loaded into DATs. File paths can include any unicode character that is legal for a file path. The Text TOP and Text SOP can accept unicode characters directly. Fallback fonts will be used if a unicode character can not be displayed in the currently selected font.

Tscript does not support Unicode, so anything that goes through TScript will lose unicode characters and result in incorrect script execution.

Unicode is fully supported in TouchDesigner. Unicode can be typed into parameters, DATs, Python scripts etc. Unicode encoded text files can be loaded into DATs. File paths can include any unicode character that is legal for a file path.