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Title: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: Ranma on 2021-04-29 01:26:12
CUETools could write CUE file in UTF-8 (BOM) encoding by disable 'Force ANSI filename', but it looks no this option in CUERipper.
Title: Re: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: korth on 2021-04-29 02:15:11
https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=118915.0#post_g06
See #7
Title: Re: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: korth on 2021-04-29 03:44:30
Sorry, I got called away.before I finished the edit.
\CUERipper\settings.txt
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FilenamesANSISafe=0
should turn off 'Force ANSI filename'

This settings file will either be in your user profile (%APPDATA%\CUERipper\settings.txt)
or a sub-folder in the CUETools folder if running as portable (CUETools_2.1.8\CUERipper\settings.txt)
Title: Re: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: GhostEMP on 2021-04-30 00:10:10
This settings file will either be in your user profile (%APPDATA%\CUERipper\settings.txt)
or a sub-folder in the CUETools folder if running as portable (CUETools_2.1.8\CUERipper\settings.txt)

I can't seem to find this in my own CueTools folder. Do you have any sort of guide or screen captures to aid with finding it.
Title: Re: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: korth on 2021-04-30 03:56:26
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Download#Installation
If not running as portable (the user_profiles_enabled file exists in the CUETools folder) the CUERipper settings are in your Windows User Profile
%APPDATA%\CUERipper\settings.txt
or
C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\CUERipper\settings.txt

If you delete or rename the user_profiles_enabled file, the next time you run CUERipper, a folder and settings file will be created within the CUETools folder.
\CUERipper\settings.txt


Note: AppData folders may be hidden but if you start typing the path directly into the navigation box of Windows file explorer...
Title: Re: Could CUERipper support UTF-8 CUE file encoding?
Post by: GhostEMP on 2021-05-05 03:29:08
http://cue.tools/wiki/CUETools_Download#Installation
If not running as portable (the user_profiles_enabled file exists in the CUETools folder) the CUERipper settings are in your Windows User Profile
%APPDATA%\CUERipper\settings.txt
or
C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\CUERipper\settings.txt

If you delete or rename the user_profiles_enabled file, the next time you run CUERipper, a folder and settings file will be created within the CUETools folder.
\CUERipper\settings.txt


Note: AppData folders may be hidden but if you start typing the path directly into the navigation box of Windows file explorer...

Thanks a lot, it works.
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