Re: aterm line art?

Stelios Bounanos (sb@dial.pipex.com)
Fri, 21 Dec 2001 09:24:28 +0000


On Thu, Dec 20, 2001 at 08:05:02AM -0500, Sean Dague 
 <sean@dague.net> was rumoured to have said:

[snip]

> > If you mean the arrows that denote threads, then these work fine here,
> > with aterm 0.4.2 from debian unstable. Sure it's not a font/locale
> > issue? Does `` LC_ALL=C aterm -fn fixed '' work?
> 
> Ok, that does work.  However, under my xterms, I can get the "line art" with
> the '-b&h-lucidatypewriter-medium-r-normal-*-*-180-*-*-m-*-iso8859-1' font,
> which I can't with my aterms?  Any thoughts on what would need to change to
> make that work?
> 

Oops. Just tried it and neither aterm (and rxvt) or gnome-terminal
seem to work with the font above, they all render the lines as blocks.
I also tried setting the TERM envvar to various values to no avail.
Any terminal experts on this list?

I guess a workaround is to ``set ascii_chars=yes'' in .muttrc, but
then the arrows don't look as nice :(


Rgds,
/-sb.

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