To see latin characters and accentuation, you need to set your script encoding to UCS-2 Little Endian or other types of encoding rather than the starting "Code Page Property". That's all very nice but every script tha does some call to GUI and use those characters need to be setted to this encoding manually. Is there any way to configure Uniscite to choose your default encoding?
I tried checking the file commented on http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/242/how-to-always-display-line-numbers-in-uniscite but couldn't find the right line.
asked Jan 10 '11 at 06:56 PM
Personally I'd recommend switching to Notepad++, which is also based on SciTE, so will feel familiar, but has more features and a proper UI for settings.
If you want to stay with UniSciTE, my config file has the following settings, one of which is likely what you're looking for ...
answered Jan 10 '11 at 09:51 PM