When I'm changing the character encoding in the "Terminal->Character
Encoding" menu, it always shows the "Current Locale (ANSI_3.4-1968) as
selected, even if I change it to UTF-8 or ISO-8859-15. Is this a bug?
I came across this when trying to find out why I wasn't able to paste
non-ascii characters into the terminal. The actual encoding used does
change, as verified with pasting non-ascii characters, but the menu
My environment is set to LANG=C and LC_CTYPE=C, and I don't really
want to change this permanently because some programs may behave funny.
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