Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I think this is excellent add-on if using single-byte code for file name.
I use Windows/Japanese-OS and usually use double-byte code file name. In this case, file name encode is changed from default(Shift-JIS) to UTF-8 during compression.
TrvTrv, Could you please solve this problem? Thanks in advance.
Hi Kuni and thanks for the review. Unfortunately, the character "issue" is due to zip library which is Mozilla API' one (see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=296795). As explained in tab #5 'character replacement' of settings dialog "Standard of zip format does not allow non-ASCII characters in name of compressed files". The character replacement feature is a way to solve the issue. I understand this should be a harsh nay impossible to achieve for non-ASCII alphabets, but this definitely cannot be overridden until the Mozilla API evolved.