On Thu, Jul 28, 2005 at 05:54:25PM +0100, P at draigBrady.com mentioned:
> locale -a |
> grep utf8 |
> uniq -w2 |
> while read LANG; do
> cal |
> head -2 | tail -1;
Yes. But there are rendering problems - many take up two characters on a
line, until I highlight them with a cursor, then they start shifting left
> When you start vim, and enter a €, and do g8 on that char
> do you get "e2 82 ac" in the status line?
I see a "and enter a a-agout-logical_not," above.
> >Is there any KDE magic you need to make fonts do UTF8 ?
>> The default fonts which konsole should pick up,
> contain quite a few unicode chars.
> How does this page display for you?
> If you want loads more foreign chars for some reason
> install the following: http://www.google.com/search?q=freesans.ttf> With fontconfig, all I had to do was copy that to ~/.fonts
Hmm. Don't think KDE works like that. Not found any way to install fonts
on it yet.
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