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    Default codepage in PyQT textedit

    position_list, result_list = get_one_image_result(self.file_name[0][self.curFileIndex])
    #print(result_list)
    strResult = self.dealRecogResultList(result_list)
    f = open(self.file_name[0][self.curFileIndex] + '.txt', 'w', encoding="utf-8")
    f.write(strResult)
    #outText = strResult.decode('utf-8')
    self.plainTextEdit_result.insertPlainText(strResul t)

    It's a application for windows desktop, i use a textedit to display some Chinese minority language characters, like:??????????????????????????.
    But it only displays some small black pieces.Even I use ctrl+C and ctrl+V to copy some characters from notepad to textedit, it displays the same small black pieces.
    PyQT cannot show this characters at all?

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    Last edited by lipati; 9th April 2019 at 14:40. Reason: updated contents

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    Default Re: codepage in PyQT textedit

    Have you checked if the currently used font contains these characters?

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: codepage in PyQT textedit

    Quote Originally Posted by anda_skoa View Post
    Have you checked if the currently used font contains these characters?

    Cheers,
    _
    Thank for your reply. The problem is solved.
    It's my fault, i tried wrong font: self.setFont(QFont("??", 12))
    This font can display the characters correctly in notepad, but I realized this font does not support this character(the windows system is processed adaptively).
    So I download proprietary font and set it: self.plainTextEdit_result.setFont(QFont("hope", 12))
    and the problem is solved.

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