On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 12:09:07PM -0700,
Yong Huang wrote:
> I use Putty (a telnet or ssh program) to connect to a UNIX box and run lynx (Version 2.8.8rel.2 (09 Mar 2014)). On a page with Unicode text, such as the
> language names under the "Languages" heading of
> do I configure lynx to display the text correctly? For example, the first
> Arabic and the last Chinese language names are not shown correctly. I set
> lynx option "Display
character set" to "UNICODE (UTF-8)", "Assumed
> document character set" to "utf-8", and saved the setting. I also tried
> various fonts inside Putty and Translation to either UTF-8 or "Use font
> encoding". None worked. Thanks for help.
What does "lynx -version" show?
(offhand, I recall only looking at PuTTY with Lucida Console, which has some CJK coverage,
but not "good" - all of the good-coverage Microsoft fonts are part of Office).
Thomas E. Dickey <address@hidden