Creating user id's with International Characters
Sun Mar 31 18:00:02 2002
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On Sunday 31 March 2002 13:52, Oliver Schönrock wrote:
> How do I enter the O-Umlaut in a W2K command prompt window which is
> running gpg (GnuPG) 1.0.6-2? Currently I am holding down the Alt-key
> and typing 0246 on the numeric keypad. This is obviously not working,
> ie not giving gpg the correct character. Is there an escape sequence
> I should using. If so what?
Maybe using the option "--charset iso-8859-1" helps. This will force gpg
too assume that you use latin1. Now try again to enter the ö as above
(246 is the correct code for the ö in latin1).
Alternatively try the option "--charset utf-8" and enter Alt+0195
Alt+0182 (this is the utf-8 code for ö).
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