Q: After Thai to UTF8 conversion using Text Encoding Converter, the Thai address is still not visible. The source file is an extraction from AS400 and column AF and column B are in Thai characters. I try to convert this file containing Thai addresses to UTF8 but unfortunately after conversion the Thai Script is still not visible. Best part is that if users in Thail and try to convert it using Notepad to UTF-8, it works. Please help, Thanks & Regards.
A: Please follow below steps
1, Please download and install the demo version from http://www.gofunnow.com/textencodeconverter/tecwin.exe, then run "Text Encoding Converter Demo for win".
2, Then select the source file encoding format as "11=Thai(ISO-8859-11)", and select the destination file encoding format as "41=Unicode 8 Bit(utf-8)", and set the source file path(for example set File Filters as "*.txt", and set file path as "e:\test"), and click "Convert" button, final you can get utf-8 encoding files from Thai encoding files.