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Date:      Mon, 26 Jan 2004 21:28:54 +0300
From:      Yuri GV <rainbreath@hotpop.com>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: garbled ASCII graphics
Message-ID:  <opr2eaygz9aaei1e@smtp.hotpop.com>
In-Reply-To: <200401261137.01468.bsd@elkins.org>
References:  <200401260555.10979.bsd@elkins.org> <20040126153001.GA10138@dan.emsphone.com> <200401261137.01468.bsd@elkins.org>

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I've got a problem with pseudographic in terms under KDE 3.1 too.
I'll try enableXft=false now.
So, isn't it thing that has to be solved by maintainers?
People like to use MC.

breath

> On Monday 26 January 2004 10:30 am, Dan Nelson wrote:
>> In the last episode (Jan 26), Jeff Elkins said:
>> > I'm experiencing garbled ASCII graphics under X when running terminal
>> > programs such as mc.  Specifically, KDE, haven't tried Gnome.
>>
>> Make sure you aren't resetting your TERM variable in any shell startup
>> scripts.  I believe xterm will provide line-drawing characters for
>> fonts that don't include them; not sure about kde's terminal.
>
> Thanks. On a hunch, I tried xterm and ASCII graphics displayed 
> perfectly.  I
> then edited ~/.qt/qtrc and set enableXft=false and the problem went away.
>
> Jeff Elkins
>
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