Bug ID: 303129
Assignee: konsole-devel@... Summary: Terminus does not look normal in konsole
Reporter: broken.zhou@... Hardware: Archlinux Packages
Actually, there are two problems. I wrote them in one report.
Steps to Reproduce:
Set your konsole font to terminus.
run "chmod +x asdfasdf"
You will find that character "‘’" does not render correctly. These character
are include in terminus according to the author of this font.
Also this line is below the normal position.
This is the mail I contacted the author of terminus.
> I found some frequent-used characters is lacked in terminus.
> First is "‐", you can get them in "man fonts-conf".
> Second is "‘’", you can get them in "chmod +x xxxxx" and make sure
> file xxxxx does not exists.
Terminus contains U+2010, U+2018 and U+2019; are they accessible
depends on your terminal emulator, locale and shell. For example, a
Xfce Terminal with CP1251 substitues them with 0x2D, 0x91 and 0x92, and
man/bash work fine (though 0xAD would have been better for hyphen).
In general, with full UTF-8 support, these characters are accessible
directly (0xE2 0x80 0x90, 0xE2 0x80 0x98 and 0xE2 0x80 0x99).