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Display problem with upper case accentuated chars

From: Vinicius Jose Latorre
Subject: Display problem with upper case accentuated chars
Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2003 20:42:08 -0300
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I'm having display problem with upper case accentuated chars when using Emacs

I'm using GNU Emacs (downloaded and installed today - 2003-06-07) and Red Hat 8.0.

The problem is that when I insert, for example, the character à in a buffer, it is displayed:

Ä   Ã
+---- here is where the cursor is positioned after insertion

The characters À, Á, É, Í, Ó and Ú are displayed with a 'point' above the letter instead the proper accent.

The characters Ã, Õ and Ê are displayed Ä, Ö and Ë, respectively.

The problematic characters that I found are:

À      (04300, 2240, 0x8c0, file C0)
Á      (04301, 2241, 0x8c1, file C1)
à     (04303, 2243, 0x8c3, file C3)
É      (04311, 2249, 0x8c9, file C9)
Ê      (04312, 2250, 0x8ca, file CA)
Í      (04315, 2253, 0x8cd, file CD)
Ó      (04323, 2259, 0x8d3, file D3)
Õ      (04325, 2261, 0x8d5, file D5)
Ú      (04332, 2266, 0x8da, file DA)

The lower case characters are ok.


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