From: Kenn Humborg (kenn at domain bluetree.ie)
Date: Tue 11 Jul 2000 - 16:34:49 IST
> First, get a euro-aware font. According to the ever-helpful Caolan, this
> should do the biz:
> % xlsfonts |grep iso8859-15
> Next, setup xmodmap, to map the euro to altgr-4:
> % xmodmap -e 'keycode 13 = 4 dollar currency onequarter'
> And, voila: ¤ to your hearts' content.
Well, on my Euro-compliant NT 4 machine with a Courier New
font that has the Euro char (which is €, ANSI 128), your Euro shows
up as the "Universal Currency Symbol", which is ANSI code 164.
So, what's the _real_ story here? It's probably that Windows
has screwed up fonts, but I'd love a definitive answer...
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