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September 14, 2018, at 09:58 AM by Jack Lawless - Old URL has expired, added latest (https://r12a.github.io/app-conversion/)
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We have found a 3rd party website that will change the format of your text for you, this can be found here: http://rishida.net/tools/conversion/
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We have found a 3rd party website that will change the format of your text for you, this can be found [[https://r12a.github.io/app-conversion/ | here]].
November 27, 2012, at 02:12 AM by ian - change "escape property" to "escape character sequence"
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Each line in a @@.properties@@ file normally stores a single property. When using non-standard unicode characters we need to apply a Java escape property to the line so Java can correctly read the text.
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Each line in a @@.properties@@ file normally stores a single property. When using non-standard unicode characters we need to apply a Java escape character sequence to the line so Java can correctly read the text.
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There are several different places in PaperCut where @@.properties@@ files are used (e.g. @@server.properties@@, @@client.properties@@) and these files are used to store various pieces of configuration information i.e. properties. @@.properties@@ files have a few characteristics that need to be understood when editing property values.
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There are several different places in PaperCut where @@.properties@@ files are used (e.g. @@server.properties@@, @@client.properties@@) and these files are used to store various pieces of configuration information called properties. @@.properties@@ files have a few characteristics that need to be understood when editing property values.
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.properties is a file format widely used within PaperCut (e.g. server.properties, client.properties). .properties files have a few characteristics that need to be understood when changing keys and values.

Each line in a
.properties file normally stores a single property. When using non-standard unicode characters we need to apply a Java escape property to the line so Java can correctly read the text.

For Example PāperCūt would
need to look like this within a .properties: P\u00E2perC\u00FBt
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There are several different places in PaperCut where @@.properties@@ files are used (e.g. @@server.properties@@, @@client.properties@@) and these files are used to store various pieces of configuration information i.e. properties. @@.properties@@ files have a few characteristics that need to be understood when editing property values.

Each line in a @@.properties@@ file normally stores a single property. When using non-standard unicode characters we
need to apply a Java escape property to the line so Java can correctly read the text.

For Example PāperCūt would need to look like this within a @@.properties@@ file
: P\u00E2perC\u00FBt
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[-Keywords: unicode, escapes, .properties, -]
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[-Keywords: unicode, escapes, .properties, code page -]
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.properties is a file format widely used within PaperCut (e.g. server.properties, client.properties). .properties files have a few characteristics that need to be understood when changing keys and values.

Each line in a .properties file normally stores a single property. When using non-standard unicode characters we need to apply a Java escape property to the line so Java can correctly read the text.

For Example PāperCūt would need to look like this within a .properties: P\u00E2perC\u00FBt

We have found a 3rd party website that will change the format of your text for you, this can be found here: http://rishida.net/tools/conversion/

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[-Keywords: unicode, escapes, .properties, -]

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