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w3m doesn't display in the right encoding



Hi Cleverson,

This problem could be caused by EMACS_UNIBYTE being set by the script
you use to launch emacspeak. (/usr/bin/emacspeak in debian used to do
it).

If /usr/bin/emacspeak or /usr/local/bin/emacspeak or whatever you use
to launch emacspeak contains these lines:
EMACS_UNIBYTE=1
export EMACS_UNIBYTE
then remove them.

Sean


Cleverson Casarin Uliana writes:
 > Dear,
 > 
 > 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.
 > 
 > If someone wants to test it and point me the solution I'll be grateful. 
 > The web page is:
 > www.faroldademocracia.org
 > 
 > Thank you.
 > Cleverson
 > 
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