The Unicode (& UTF-8) language code makes many foreign language characters readable to modern browsers.
Because Neobook does not support UTF-8, the "Unicode For Neobook" program was created to help authors include foreign language character codes in their Neobook publications and elsewhere.
Unicode For Neobook contains a built-in Text Editor that re-codes foreign language characters to Unicode or extended Ascii. Typically copying foreign language text directly into Neobook may result in a loss of information with strings like "?? ???? ?" appearing in place of the correct character codes.
To prevent this, the Unicode For Neobook Text Editor will save your foreign text as either Unicode external text files, or extended Ascii escape codes that can be stored internally as Variables in your Neobook publications and displayed in WebBrowser objects.
(UnicodeNeoBook.Pub is extracted to PubDir at Startup.)