Notepad2 Encoding And EOL Defaults

Set Notepad2 To Use UTF-8 And Unix End-Of-Line,
To Be Better Compatible With World-Of HTML5,
Avoid Bad EOL Translations When FTP’ing Your Files To *nix-based Servers,
Prevent Lost Of Lovely High-Unicode Letters/Emoji, Which Will Be Converted To infamous ? Characters.

– This will be applied to newly created files,
– files that you have already saved, will pass through unmodified by encoding, due to the encoding-discovery engine of Notepad2, but all files saved WILL be EOL-modify to Unix-EOL.

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Now Save The Settings And Quit
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Bonus Part: Enable Administrator Mode For Notepad2.
enabling running Notepad2 as administrator by default, will help you editing system files (such as etc-HOSTS file).
Browse Your Notepad2.exe installed-location, right click the exe file and choose properties,
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Under Compatibility CHECK ON the Run this program as an administrator
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Click Change settings for all users and CHECK ON the Run this program as an administrator (again).
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Click OK, notice that the previous check-box is FIXED with ON selection.
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Click OK. Done.
Your Notepad2 Has Admin-access rights! Great!
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