Subject: Re: rxvt, *term umlaut problem
To: None <smb@research.att.com>
From: Brad Spencer <brad@anduin.eldar.org>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 11/09/2000 18:33:13
   In message <Pine.NEB.4.21.0011091234050.16032-100000@ws142.nomadiclab.com>, Tee
   mu Rinta-aho writes:


   >
   >P.S. "" <- my umlauts, can you see anything?
   >
   >
   Actually, yes, I can, using exmh, MH, or just 'cat' on an xterm.  And 
   your 'od' example showed the umlauts, as well as high-bit set bytes.  
   This suggests that the problem is with output, not input -- your 
   keyboard is working just fine.  Might there be a font problem?

		   --Steve Bellovin



Hello...

I can see the umlaunts on my xterms just fine.  The problem is likely to
be a font issue.  By example:

	xterm -fn 12x24  -- yields an xterm window that is able to see the
	umlaunts

	xterm -fn 6x12   -- yields an xterm that can not





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