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Re: Czech characters displayed incorrectly

Hi Katsumi,

thanks for our response.

The problem lay with w3mmee, which by the way renders correctly inside a
I recently switched to it for its frame support.
Using w3m however everything appears to work fine. So I am switching
back again.

Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
>>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.09975] niels.giesen@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> Problem with czech characters in w3m. For instance, the sequence říň
>> (if messed up, this means r with a haček, long i and n with a haček)
>> is displayed incorrectly.
> Well, it might be irrelevant to your problem but we've been aware
> of the cookie problem in emacs-w3m.  For instance, www.google.cz
> doesn't return an expected answer for searching of the word "říň"
> even if having customized the preferred language into česky[1].
> A possible workaround is to add the following one to the
> ~/.emacs-w3m.el file in order to enable emacs-w3m to accept
> cookies.  It is effective only with .cz sites that behave like
> Google.cz, though.
> (eval-after-load "w3m-cookie"
>   '(let ((adds '("cz"))
> 	 (tlds (delete "" (split-string
> 			   w3m-cookie-two-dot-domains-regexp
> 			   "[^a-z]+"))))
>      (mapc (lambda (add) (setq tlds (delete add tlds))) adds)
>      (setq w3m-cookie-two-dot-domains-regexp
> 	   (concat
> 	    "\\.\\(?:"
> 	    (mapconcat 'identity (nconc tlds adds) "\\|")
> 	    "\\)$"))))
> [1] It is necessary at least for me since Google.cz prefers
> Japanese text by default for the client that accesses from Japan.
This is not necessary from the Netherlands
>> When I retrieve the page with wget, and then visited as a file, it
>> gets displayed right. So this is the expected behaviour:
> Could you let me know the url(s) in question?  I'll look into how
> emacs-w3m works with it.
Well, the site I noticed this behaviour first on was my own
(http://niels.kicks-ass.org) but it occurred on "any" page, including
>> I checked the same in stand-alone w3m, which displayed everything
>> correctly.  Please note these are not the only czech characters
>> displayed incorrectly.  If you like me to provide the whole
>> alphabet, I shall.  One strange thing I saw with some other
>> characters is that they seemed to be displayed as Thai characters.
>> Please let me know if you want more info.
> [...]
>> emacs-w3m-version
>>  => "1.4.4"
>> emacs-version
>>  => "GNU Emacs 22.1.1 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars)\n of 2007-11-06 on terranova, modified by Ubuntu"
> [...]
>> w3m-version
>>  => "w3m/0.3.2+mee-p24-19+moe-1.5.0"
>> w3m-type
>>  => w3mmee
> Emacs-w3m v1.4.4 is a bit old, and I don't have w3mmee.  So, I'll
> try it using the latest emacs-w3m CVS and the latest w3m CVS first.
updated for future reports.
> Regards,

Niels Giesen

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