[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Problems with Swedish characters

Shinichiro HIDA <shinichiro@stained-g.net> writes:

Thanks Shinchiro,

I will test your suggestions.

Recently i tried using w3mee, and the problem is similar, but I get a
"-" before the characters, instead of a "~".

I use a terminal to run my emacs. Sorry I was unclear.

I will test X-windows also.


> Hi,
> ;; I'm not sure.. sorry, and possiblity doubt..
>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.07229]
>>>>>>	Joakim Verona <joakim@verona.se> wrote:
>> When viewing a page that contains html escapes for swedish
>> characters, like &auml;, these will be rendered with a tilde before
>> them, like ~ä.
>> I tried changing W3m Terminal Coding System to utf-8-unix, but that
>> doesnt help.
> Hmm.. On th X window, console, or terminals?  I could display ä all of
> cases above on my emacs-w3m with emacs21.
> ;; Sorry I don't have 21.3.50 yet, I tested with 21.3.1.
> If your problem appearing on the X window, and if you have some
> setting for emacs fontset in your ~/.Xresources, please test to remove
> it, and set it in your `~/.emacs'.
> ;; On the X window, I set to test `terminal-coding-system' with ;;
> utf-8-unix, compound-text-with-extensions-unix, iso-2022-jp-2-unix, ;;
> iso-8859-1-unix, but emacs-w3m could `ä' display whole case ;;
> correctly.  I test entities with ;;
> http://www.stained-g.net/shinichiro/char-entity.html
> -- 
>   Shinichiro HIDA  mailto:shinichiro@stained-g.net
>   GPG fingerprint = 5F2D 1656 FFF6 F691 A51C 5E61 E416 D398 470C 1CE9

Joakim Verona