Re: [Vim6.0] UTF-8; characters 8217 (curly apos) and 8212 (em-dash)
a while ago, I wrote:
> With utf-8 set, I need to press the keys for some characters severalIn TextPad, with UTF-8 set, I can enter each character on my germans
> times until they appear; but the same characters can be entered with
> just one stroke when enc is latin1.
> 6 times for one ü(252, uuml, hex 00fc)
> 3 times for an ä (228, auml, hex 00e4)
> set encoding=utf-8
> in the _vimrc, I can type öüä etc with just one kestroke, as normal. But
> for characters like 8217 hex 2019 to be displayed I need to set utf8.
keyboard with just one keystroke.
Why do I need to hit the uuml character six times befor an uuml appears,
in Vim? Or am I doing something wrong.
> Also: when I copy the 8217 (curly apos) and paste it into TextPad orAny news on the Windows-clipboard-UTF-8 issue?
> this email worldâEUR^(TM)s (NN6), it's garbled. (TextPad has no problems
> with all these characters, but I want to use Vim.)