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I have an Autohotkey script to write Esperanto characters. It has the form

AppsKey & G::
    if GetKeyState("Shift", "P")
        send Ĝ

    else
    send ĝ
return

Notepad has no problem with opening it in a way that shows both Ĝ and ĝ. On the other hand Vim can't display them.

After reading https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5166652/how-to-view-utf-8-characters-in-vim-or-gvim I added to my _vimrc:

set enc=utf-8
set fileencoding=utf-8
set fileencodings=ucs-bom,utf8,prc
set guifont=Monaco:h11
set guifontwide=NSimsun:h12

Vim still doesn't display the character correctly. What do I have to do to get Vim to open the file properly?

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    Monaco is a OSX font − are you sure it's installed on your Windows machine? If I use set guifont=Consolas it seems to work (but the default font Gvim chooses doesn't!) Also, what exactly do you see? A question mark? Or a black block? Or something else? – Martin Tournoij Mar 30 '16 at 17:07
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    @Carpetsmoker: Thank you, changing the font to Consolas fixed my issue. – Christian Mar 30 '16 at 17:10
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    @Carpetsmoker, why not move that comment into an answer? ;) – Alexander Batischev Apr 30 '16 at 12:14

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