I have just come across Namo WebEditor, which runs on 32-bit Windows
platforms and understands Unicode. You can use Microsoft's Global IMEs to
enter Chinese, Japanese or Korean, and any keyboard drivers you have to
enter other languages/scripts, and save your Web pages with UTF-8 encoding.
More details from:
I have no connection with the company.
I have added Namo WebEditor to my page of Unicode and multilingual editors
Documentation Writer / Web Master
Electronic publishers of UK and EU legal and official documents
http://www.alanwood.net/ (Unicode, special characters, pesticide names)
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