finch + messed up "screen" using screen
lschiere at pidgin.im
Tue Nov 27 19:41:07 EST 2007
On Tue, Nov 27, 2007 at 08:33:54PM -0400, Geoffrey Lane wrote:
> Thank you,
> I found in putty that using "poor man's line drawing" in window->translation
> corrected the problem in putty. I'm hoping it's gonna be this easy in osx.
Putty can do a UTF8 locale, with that set, and with a UTF8 locale on the
remote system, you should not need the poor man's line drawing. I've
used finch inside screen that way.
On OSX I sometimes lack the fonts for some the symbols, such as ◯, but
the line drawing works just fine, again assuming I have a UTF8 locale (I
tend to use en_US.UTF-8 because I'm basically monolinguistic)
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> > Message: 1
> > Date: Tue, 27 Nov 2007 11:07:08 +0200
> > From: Aleksander Kamenik <aleksander at krediidiinfo.ee>
> > Subject: Re: finch + messed up "screen" using screen
> > To: support at pidgin.im
> > Message-ID: <474BDE3C.2050705 at krediidiinfo.ee>
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> > Geoffrey Lane wrote:
> > > libnm_glib_nm_state_cb: dbus returned an error.
> > Can't help.
> > > Instead of horizontal/vertical lines I
> > > have a series of ????? and makes it totally unusable.
> > This sounds like a charset problem. Are you using UTF-8 on both sides?
> > Your ssh client (putty/konsole/whatever), should be configured accord to
> > the server. After changing the charset on the client it's enough to
> > switch between screen windows and back (ctrl+a four times) to refresh
> > the screen.
> > Regards,
> > --
> > Aleksander Kamenik
> > system administrator
> > +372 6659 649
> > aleksander at krediidiinfo.ee
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