I use 32bit gvim 7.4 on Win7 64bit CZ. I replaced the gettext and iconv libraries according to the guide on the vim website. I wanted to use utf-8 and have setup the
fileencoding options. I use the Czech localization (which is somehow default, probably based on OS language). Up to this point, everything is working fine. The content of utf-8 encoded files is read, rendered and written as expected. Even the gvim messages (like warnings or infos) using the
guifont renders as expected (in cs_CZ). But...
The application menu font is not able to render the international characters. Seems like it's using different encoding. Some characters are completely missing, some use weird symbols.
Is there any way, how to change the font/encoding the gvim.exe is using for the menu rendering (the menu bar also as the contextual "mouse" menu)?