QUOTE(ZDevil @ Mar 16 2007, 03:00 AM)
It's great to see a new package of rxvt-unicode
, which seems a very good (and fastest) alternative to gtkterm2 and gnome-terminal as a unicode-friendly terminal app. However, when I try to run it, what i can see is a mushy screen, and I cannot call Xim (Scim) like in GtkTerm2 and Gnome-Terminal:Click to view attachment
So the question is: what is the basic setup to make it work, and how?
A short, quick explanation or demonstration is much appreciated. Many thanks!
(Of course, RTFM is an
answer, but i simply don't wanna waste all the time RTFM without getting any real task done... )
You can modify ~/.Xdefaults to change settings for rxvt-unicode.
the default settings in my package is:
URxvt.font: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans Mono-12
URxvt.boldFont: xft:Bitstream Vera Sans Mono-12:Bold
you may modify this file to change the apprence of rxvt-unicode.
As I known, SCIM does not use XIM protocol, and rxvt-unicode supports input methods using XIM protocol only.
FCITX and UIM are using XIM protocol. I'm using fcitx now, you can try for it.