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Re: w3m doesn't display in the right encoding



Cleverson Casarin Uliana <clever92000@yahoo.com.br> wrote:
> When I open some brazilian web page in w3m, written in Portuguese,
> it shows strange codes in place of accented letters. I tried using
> the command C c to redisplay the page in a different charset, but no
> matter the charset I choose, it doesn't correct the letters at all.

Are the characters rendered correctly on screen? If not, then it isn't an
Emacspeak issue and I would suggest asking on the w3m mailing list or
elsewhere.

If the characters are rendered correctly on the display but not spoken
properly then it might be an Emacspeak problem.

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