3932Re: v7.0 and Umlauts
- May 9, 2006* Benji Fisher (2006-05-09):
> On Tue, May 09, 2006 at 05:44:34AM +0200, Andre Berger wrote:Not for me, I've set everything to UTF-8.
> > Since I have upgraded to a self-compiled huge v7.0/PPC, I've got a
> > charset problem in gvim in E-Mails. I'm using a combination of mutt
> > and gvim. Umlauts are displayed correctly in the Terminal, which is
> > set to UTF-8 in Tiger. They're displayed as "wide" (double) gremlins
> > in gvim. Both gvimrc and vimrc contain
> > set encoding=utf-8
> > let &termencoding = &encoding
> > which used to work fine until now. I've set "nomacatsui" to benefit
> > from antialiasing if that matters.
> > -Andre
> I wish there were an easy answer. The options that may matter
> and maybe
> (IIUC, 'termencoding' matters for characters that you type, not for
> reading from a file. Several people report that
> :set termencoding=macroman
> I am also using mutt (on Linux), so there should be a correctNo, can't see them on 7.0, and can't enter them readibly. Both works
> Content-type line in the headers. Does that help? Here are some
> characters with umlauts: äëïöüÄËÏÖÜ. (I entered these as <C-K>:a and
fine in 6.4.10 with Monaco:h14.
> so on. The lower-case "a" looks wrong on my terminal, but maybe that isThanks Benji, your help is always appreciated. I found out if I set
> just a font problem.) I tried entering these characters the same way in
> Vim.app, and they look fine to me (even the lower-case "a").
> Using 'nomacatsui' should make vim 7.0 render fonts pretty much
> the same way vim 6.4 did. Using 'macatsui' is supposed to help with
> some Unicode characters, maybe Japanese for example?
macatsui, I get my characters but no anti-aliasing; and vice versa.
(It's the same with your PPC version.)
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