Re: Dumb question about unicode
On Mon, Oct 30, 2006 at 08:47:38AM -0600, cothrige wrote:
> * Martin M?ller (email@example.com) wrote:
> > * cothrige <firstname.lastname@example.org> [29-10-2006 14:07:51 -0600]:
> > > My main trouble is mrxvt, which does not have unicode support. If I
> > > run mutt in that terminal, which is my favorite, it will not draw the
> > > trees right. Instead of nice little lines and arrows, it now produces
> > > junk looking characters. Very ugly indeed. In the past it always
> > Perhaps you could add
> > set ascii_chars
> > to your .muttrc
> > That should at least ease the ulgly-line-problem a little.
That's twice in two days I've seen ugly spelled as ulgly, and I don't
recall ever having seen it spelled this way before? Is a cosmic
spelling change starting to take effect? Is it a conspiracy? It can't
be a coincidence, can it?