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Set pbcopy to use UTF-8 by default
Authored by: darick on Jan 05, '09 01:17:05PM

As far as I can tell, changing from US to US extended on the input menu only changed the way the keyboard acts and didn't affect any of my file handling. I am now extremely confused; have you done anything else to your system to make it extra Unicode compatible?

However, changing the input menu is a great solution to some other problems--I wish I had know about US extended earlier.



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Set pbcopy to use UTF-8 by default
Authored by: gshenaut on Jan 07, '09 08:19:09AM

The fact that my login shell is /bin/ksh might be a factor, I don't know. I can't think of anything else.



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Set pbcopy to use UTF-8 by default
Authored by: Anonymous on Jan 07, '09 11:28:40AM

Just curious: what does ksh give you that bash doesn't?



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