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Re: Pronunciation in emacs-w3m mode

Hello Lucas and list, 

My apologies, Lucas.  It's the first time I'd done a patch, and didn't
realise that I needed to do a 'make' afterwards.  Having done that,
the problem is resolved, and the  characters in your test file are now
read perfectly.

Many thanks for your help.

Best regards,


Lukas Loehrer writes:
 > Hi Rob,
 > the variable describe-char-unicodedata-file is in the library
 > descr-text. Thus, You should have something like the following in your
 > .emacs file if you have the unicode-data package installed:
 > (require 'descr-text)
 > (setq describe-char-unicodedata-file "/usr/share/unicode/UnicodeData.txt")
 > Best regards, Lukas
 > > c-h v doesn't recognise the variable you mentioned,
 > > describe-char-unicodedata-file.  

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