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Old 03.04.2019, 23:52
Brian Brian is offline
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Question Selecting unarchiving encoding

Greetings.

I have been using JD2 for a while but this week I had to reinstall it because of a machine migration, and noted the Archive Extractor options. They all worked correctly, but some file formats, specially ZIP, do not register the packed files encoding, they just use the OS default, which can vary. A lot. Thus, to avoid the files being unarchived with messed up names, we need some way to set at least a default encoding option to use in such formats (zip and rar are the problem, 7z is imune because it uses Unicode). Otherwise, the whole auto unarchiving feature becomes useless. Is there any way to set this via a command option? I could not find nothing like it in the preferences panel. I now have have gone back to doing it mannually with Keka, my default unarchiver, which handles this well. To fix bad names consumes more time then unarchiving manually...

Thanks in advance.
Brian

Last edited by Brian; 04.04.2019 at 05:19.
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