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ncurses and *-utf-8, but not japanese here (was Re: [Lynx-dev] real woes

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: ncurses and *-utf-8, but not japanese here (was Re: [Lynx-dev] real woes: lynx2.8.6dev.7, OR ncursesw, OR japanese-utf8)
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2004 21:57:07 +0000 (UTC)

Henry Nelson dixit:

>Compiled with slang, the same link shows up as:
>    ¥¯ [3]Google¤Ç²¬»³Âç³Ø¤Î¥µ¥¤¥ÈÆâ¤ò¸¡
>          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

This is how Okayama U. looks to me in kterm.

>I just now revisited the Okayama U. link, and noticed something I didn't
>see before: the "underlying" link (part which is not highlighted in
>reverse) is "shifting" to the left:
>    ¥¯3]GooGoogle¤Ç²¬»³Âç³Ø¤Î¥µ¥¤¥ÈÆâ¤ò¸¡
>           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>The "[" on the left side of what was "[3]" has disappeared "under"
>the "¥¯".  Also you can see that the shift was three "half-size"
>characters, namely "Goo".

I'm having this problem in uxterm, too - with for

Okayama U. looks like this in uxterm, due to the (still) missing
libiconv (scheduled for Q2/2005 on my TODO :)


         Rw              [11]ZEFl   [top_03.jpg] [12]EFl [top_05.jpg] [13]nEFl  
         C[W [14]wbZ[W                                                          
                          [top_10.jpg]              pCfbNX                
[top_12.jpg] [spacer.gif]
[16]wEEFl  [spacer.gif]

But if I mark links, it looks disturbed as well:

         Rw              [11ZEFll   [top_03.jpg] [12]EFl [top_05.jpg] [13]nnEFl 

(this is after cycling through 11, 12 and 13).


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