From: Aaron Crane Date: 09:51 on 24 Sep 2004 Subject: Vim Mutt in a terminal can show me these kanji characters: é¢¨é¨. Vim in a terminal can too. I can even type them using a sane input method: only four phonemic characters, plus two keystrokes overhead. But gvim under X? It insists on showing me the replacement codepoint-only glyphs, because it's _clearly_ too hard to render those characters in a font that has the right glyphs. Hate.
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