aterm line art?

Sean Dague (sean@dague.net)
Wed, 19 Dec 2001 08:28:22 -0500



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I use mutt for all my email, and try to use aterm for all my terminals.  The
issue is, mutt does this really nice threading using "line art" (for lack of
the real term) characters to show how messages are related.  In my aterm all
I get is nasty blocks (denoting unrenderable character).

Is there any easy way to get the line art to render right in aterm.  It
works fine on a generic xterm, but aterms are so much nicer.

Thanks in advance,

	-Sean=20
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