Re: mutt and asian fonts
email@example.com (Jinux) writes:
> ※ 引述《firstname.lastname@example.org (Wu Jian Feng)》之銘言：
> > William Wu <email@example.com> writes:
> > > On 08 Sep, 2002, Min Xu wrote :
> > > still doesn't work .. I have Mutt 1.3.27i (2002-01-22
> > In ~/.muttrc, add
> > set locale=$LANG
> > set charset=GB2312
> > set send_charset=us-ascii:gb2312:utf-8
> > There may be some broken email user agent which set the Content-Type
> > mail header to iso-8859-1 even the mail is in Chinese, for example,
> > the very popular foxmail, and mutt can't display those correctly. My work
> > out is add a charset-hook command:
> > charset-hook iso-8859-1 gb2312
> > Good Luck!
> Displaying chinese is ok
> But if the chinese character is on the edge of line end.
> You will see broken chinese character.
> How to solve it ?
> thanx ..
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Pipe the mail to an external pager program like less or most,
eg. |most or |less -rf, to see if it's a bug of your terminal or
the pager of mutt.
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