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Old 03-05-2011, 02:26 AM
wolf python london
 
Default xchat-irc cannot display all the text

hey,there ,

I'm using Debian wheezy . There's a "not big" problem that bothers me
so long time (previous in Debian lenny and Squeeze) --my
xchat-irc cannot display all the text .
take a screenshot for example(
http://hi.csdn.net/attachment/201103/5/404701_1299295262kKzK.png ):
the last line should be "without a kernel" but the word "kernel"
cannot be displayed wholly ;
the same to the third line (from bottom to top), it should be "know
the name of the package", but the word "package" cannot be showed.

I install the xchat xchat-common xchat-xsys packages here :
wolf@wheezy:~$ aptitude search xchat
i A xchat - IRC
client for X similar to AmIRC
i A xchat-common - Common
files for X-Chat
p xchat-gnome - simple
and featureful IRC client for GNOME
p xchat-gnome-common - data
files for XChat-GNOME
p xchat-guile - Guile
scripting plugin for XChat
p xchat-otr -
Off-the-Record Messaging Plugin for X-Chat
p xchat-systray - xchat
systray notification icon
i xchat-xsys - x-chat
plugin that can display your current system statistics

any clue?

Best regards!
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wolf python london(WPL)
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