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Re: Any treat-dumbquotes for eight-bit-controls?
- From: ari@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (ARISAWA Akihiro)
- Date: Sun, 04 Apr 2004 15:30:45 +0900
- X-ml-name: emacs-w3m
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>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.06558]
>>>>> Sergei Pokrovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The main problem is in the eight-bit-controls, the code interval
> 0x80..0x9F which is used in the MS Windows codepages. The utf-8
> console version of w3m renders them quite well, but they remain a
> problem within emacs. gnus-article-treat-dumbquotes somehow solves
Emacs-w3m cannot treat pages written by a coding-system which Emacs
doesn't support. And Emacs21 does not support windows-1252 by default.
I created windows-1252 coding-system. How about using this?
;; Emacs cannot detect windows-1252 automatically, so you may need
;; to specify the coding-system by typing "C c windows-1252 [RET]"
;; in "*w3m*" buffer.
> Basically it works for me, with 2 exceptions: the eight-bit-controls
> I've mentioned above, and the bookmark list which I'd like to keep in
> utf-8 (as this is done from outside Emacs), but which is spoiled if I
> try to add an item from within Emacs-w3m (the new entry is added in
> some unreadable encoding).
Is the following setting helpful to you?
(setq w3m-bookmark-file-coding-system 'utf-8)