Re: AARGH! I can't get Korean to work
- Jonathan Gardner wrote:
> I am running from an english shell. I don't want to change my shell to KoreanIn that case you often get better result by setting $LANG for Vim only:
> because it's not my native language.
env LANG=ko_KR.EUC gvim file.txt
>'guifontwide' only works for UTF-8. For Korean you must use 'guifontset'.
> Now I want to go set some fonts:
> :set guifont=-schumacher-clean-medium-r-normal--14-140-75-75-c-70-iso8859-1
> :set guifontwide=-daewoo-gothic-medium-r-normal--16-120-100-100-c-160-ksc5601.1987-0
Perhaps some day someone will figure out how to set the fonts automatically
and/or make a font browser select the right fonts for the character set.
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