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Ubuntu weird characters in PuTTY

On 7/19/07, Matthew Gillen <me-5yx05kfkO/aqeI1yJSURBw at> wrote:
> Sorry, I haven't been paying very close attention to this thread, but
> based
> solely on the statement above, not using mono-spaced fonts for your
> terminal
> could be part of the problem.
> I've tried several times to use fancy fonts in my terminal, and something
> always ends up annoying me and I go back to mono-spaced fonts (but even
> some
> of those look better than others...)

I thought I had replied to this, but I haven't seen my reply show up.  Sorry
if this is duplicated but ...

I am using a monospaced font.  The width issue is due to the fact that some
8-bit characters are echoed on screen as 2 or 3 character combinations.



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