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Re: <HR> displayed as \212's
From: MIYOSHI Masanori <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 26 Aug 2001 19:23:10 +0900
> Pavel> I have only one minor problem - <HR> and table borders are
> Pavel> displayed like \212 and similar.
> It seems like w3m (not emacs-w3m) uses Japanese characters to
> render lines and borders.
it does not use them in xterm. If I try my w3m to show the page in xterm or
on console, it uses a character which is like minus sign, but longer. If
I run it with -no-graph, it uses minus sign to display <HR>. If I set
w3m-command-arguments to "-no-graph", nothing happens and \212 are still
used. Should this happen?
If it helps - I have these customized variables saved which are connected
'(w3m-file-name-coding-system (quote iso-8859-2))
'(w3m-input-coding-system (quote iso-8859-2))
'(w3m-output-coding-system (quote iso-8859-2))
But even without them, the behavior is the same.q
> Would you try building your w3m with the following configuration.
> - Which language do you prefer?
> => 2 - English
> - Do you want to use 2-byte character for table border, item, etc.
> => n
My system (SuSE Linux 7.2) contains w3m and w3mj which is compiled with
Japanese support. I use w3m which does not use 2-byte characters. But
I also compiled it from source and it shows the same problem.
> It is also a good idea for you to install Japanese fonts and set
> up your Emacs to uses them. ;-)
Well, if I could read Japanese, I already can read everything in this group
perfectly - I have all intlfonts installed and can see all these paintings
on my display ;-)
Thank for your help.
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