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Unicode​Normalizer

by Goto Hayato ST3

🐶😺🐹 UnicodeNormalizer: A Sublime Text 3 package which allows for switching unicode normalization formats.

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UnicodeNormalizer

🐶😺🐹 A Sublime Text 3 package which allows for switching unicode normalization formats.

SublimeUnicodeNormalizer capture

Dependencies

This package doesn't have any dependency. You can use this package only if you have Sublime Text 3.

Installation

It's easy to install this package with Package Control. If you haven't installed Package Control yet, first install it following the instruction.

Once you've installed Pacakge Control, restart your Sublime Text and open the command palette (ctrl/cmd + shift + p). Then, find and select Package Control: Install Package. You will see UnicodeNormalizer in the list and select it.

Usage

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Commands

There are 3 commands this package provides.

  • UnicodeNormalizer: Select
  • UnicodeNormalizer: Switch to NFC
  • UnicodeNormalizer: Switch to NFD

You can run a command with the command palette (ctrl/cmd + shift + p).

License

Licensed under the MIT license.