I installed Virtuozzo from a SSH window instead of direct from a monitor. It let me but now applications that run are surrounded by odd characters like a line of a's and squares instead of ASC... [by krazybob]
on 12/13/2012 – Made popular on 12/13/2012
I am running debian, using the Terminus font. When I come across japanese characters, they are just displayed as squares. This is the same for some other special characters, (I'm not sure which ones as I can't see them). An example of the problem: http://i.imgur.com/rUA6sYr.png
I know this is an old application but seems like it will fit my needs for the present (in lieu of psf, xbm, and xpm).
I have read the man page and stuff off of the web but there are still some procedures that are not clear to me:
Once a set of bitmap characters is created:
o How do/can I add more to that set?
o How do I remove a character from a set of characters?
o Can a character be defined as s
I want to do "diagonal strikethrough" on some characters on a web page, but since I don't think this is available as a character style, the only way I can think of is to overprint forward slashes across the respective characters. But I cannot find a way to do this, either with direct formatting or with a style.