On Tue, Feb 27, 2001 at 09:35:53PM -0500, Glenn Becker wrote:
> I couldn't get applications to display characters consistently, so started
> looking into locales ... I found that my locale settings were all --
> without my having done anything explicit -- set to zh_TW.big5. My only
> guess was that perhaps the Debian Chinese Panel application had done this,
> but I am not sure.
BTW, it might be safer to use "zh_TW.Big5" instead of "zh_TW.big5".
> But I don't know how to get Netscape to *not do this*. It isn't language
> or font settings in Netscape ... it isn't locale settings. What could it
Please check two things:
1. If something like xa or cv or xa+cv is loaded, *kill* it.
(I wonder if cpanel still loads it or not... I dare say it shouldn't
use xa+cv any more.)
2. In Netscape, go to menu: View -> Character Set -> Western (ISO-8859-1).
> I asked in debian-users and in the #debian chat channel on
> irc.openprojects.net, but the question was ignored. :-(
Of course... few, if any of us, hang out there. :-)
Hope this helps,
Anthony Fok Tung-Ling Civil and Environmental Engineering
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com University of Alberta, Canada
Debian GNU/Linux Chinese Project -- http://www.debian.org/intl/zh/
Come visit Our Lady of Victory Camp -- http://www.olvc.ab.ca/
- Re: locales
- From: Glenn Becker <firstname.lastname@example.org>