I used NJStar Communicator 2.0-3 on Windows 9x/ME and created some CJK file names, now I upgraded to Windows 7/8/10, but can not read those file names.
When used on WIndows 9x/ME, NJStar Communicator 2.0 to 2.30 created file name in double bytes, this is not standard and can only be viewed using v2.0-3. In order to make CJK file name to standard Unicode, Version 3 has changed to created file name in Unicode, so the file can be opened in other windows. Here are how you can convert a double byte file name to Unicode:
- switch nj viwer to ANSI/No CJK
- copy the double byte (GB for example) file name
- using NJStar Universal code convertor to convert GB to Unicode UCS2
- switch nj viwer to Chinese GB
- edit the file name by pasting the Unicode
- now the file name is in Unicode, and can be viewed in NJCOM 3 or other windows like Windows 7/8/10