Bug#253634: could you describe the problem again, using sarge's konsole?
On Monday 22 November 2004 07:47 am, you wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 22, 2004 at 11:46:34AM +0000, Jan Minar wrote:
> > On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 10:21:44PM -0500, Josh Metzler wrote:
> > > I'm running sid, but I expect it is similar to sarge's konsole. I am
> > > trying to reproduce your problem, but I don't have a pull down menu
> > > for Custom fonts - I have a font selections dialog box instead. And,
> > > it just lists font face names, not ISO-8859-1, etc. What font are
> > > you looking for?
> > The font faces are listed too. But in the encoding selection pulldown,
> > only ISO-10646-1 (Unicode) and ISO-8859-1 (Western Europe) are listed,
> > not ISO-8859-2 (Eastern & Central Europe) or other variants. -- Find
> > the enclosed screenshot.
> Eh, seems it's kinda fixed in Sarge. Only I probably will have to
> install some fonts, as LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH CARON comes out as a
> box (see attachment). Otherwise the $LC_CTYPE seems to be honored, both
> for ISO-8859-2 and UTF-8.
> Will give it a look in the evening or so, when I have some time, and
> close the bug, if appropriate.
Looking at your second screen shot, it looks like there are not many
fixed-width fonts to choose from. You may want to enable bitmapped fonts
(by removing the comment where appropriate in /etc/fonts/local.conf) to
have more available.