From: Frank da Cruz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 28 2008 - 16:01:24 CDT
> > For the record, Kermit 95 for Windows is a terminal emulator that supports
> > ANSI special effects as well as UTF-8, and because of the super-sane design
> > of UTF-8, there are no problems with this combination. I have some screen
> > shots here showing ANSI effects such as color as well as UTF-8 screens
> > with different scripts:
> > http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/k95utf.html
> > I don't think any of these shows UTF-8 and color on the same screen, but
> > highlighting is shown on the third screen in this page:
> > http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/k95glass.html
> > and color works the same way (it's just another kind of highlighting).
> Even if i don't use windows, i'd like to have a look at your links. The
> ones that are listed are dead here, can you re-send the correct
Wow, how did that happen? Sorry, usually I'm so meticulous...
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