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Re: CJK display
On 17 Apr'06 00:04, TSUCHIYA wrote:
> >> On 14 Apr 2006 15:10:23 -0700
> >> kcho@xxxxxxxxxxx (Kin Cho) said as follows:
> >I can't see CJK (http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/,
> >http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/, ..) in emacs-w3m (w3m/0.5.1). I can
> >see Russian in emacs-w3m, and I can see CJK in gnus.
> >I've included some variables I thought may be relevant.
> Well, I think that your information is not sufficient for us to
> identify the cause of your problem.
> At first, you must check whether your environment has enough fonts to
> display CJK characters. For example, does the buffer which is opened
> by `view-hello-file' command contain a square? If it contains a
> square, this observation means that some fonts are not installed in
> your environment.
CJK looks fine in view-hello-file:
Japanese (ÆüËÜ¸ì) ¤³¤ó¤Ë¤Á¤Ï,
Chinese (ÖÐÎÄ,ÆÕÍ¨»°,ººÓï) ÄãºÃ
Cantonese (¸f»y,¼sªF¸Ü) ¦±á, §A¦n
Korean (ÇÑ±Û) ¾È³çÇÏ¼¼¿ä, ¾È³çÇÏ½Ê´Ï±î
By the way, I'm running Fedora Core 4, and w3m displays
http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/ or http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ in an xterm
However in emacs, w3m running inside "M-x term" has the same problem as
> TSUCHIYA Masatoshi