Pine (was: Re: cctalk Digest, Vol 17, Issue 20)
rlloken at telus.net
Mon Oct 23 10:32:16 CDT 2017
On Sun, 22 Oct 2017, Sean Conner via cctalk wrote:
By gum! Alpine does indeed translate the 'A' into a '?' and I never
noticed. It seems that my tiny mind simply translated the character
and moved on.
> I have:
> as part of my environment, and I'm using a font that supports UTF-8...
And how does one know that a font supports UTF-8?
And yes UTF-8 has been around for decades but as an English speaker I didn't
have to think about unicode and locale and stuff like that.
Richard Loken VE6BSV : "...underneath those tuques we wear,
Athabasca, Alberta Canada : our heads are naked!"
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