This is annoying me.
What's the story with different Terminals messing with character sets ?
I use my own 'Kates' (see http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~valen/) font for
most stuff. I use gnome-terminal at the moment, but it, xterm and Eterm and
don't seem to to the arrow things in mutt properly - unless I set the
terminal to "rxvt". When I set it to rxvt, the pound sign comes out as a
hash, and ctrl-l no longer clears the screen.
It just gives a newline. What's up with this ? Anyone got a working
terminal and mutt combo ?
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