[As-users] aterm odd characters

ed (ed-afterstep@s5h.net)
Sat, 2 Aug 2008 17:13:54 +0100


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Hello,

I've been niggled by some odd characters in man pages, I think it's
unicode issues, this behaviour is the same with rxvt and eterm.

Terminals like gnome-terminal, konsole and urxvt don't appear to do
this, the characters appear more like fancy quotes.

If it helps I can provide a screenshot of this.

Would this be a strange setting that could be an environment variable
in my terminal that could be configured?

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