[xmonad] who can display non-ascii characters in xmobar?

Sam Burnett sam.burnett at gatech.edu
Mon Jan 19 22:34:26 EST 2009

I've done this using xft fonts:

Config { font = "xft:Sans Serif-10:normal"

I've only used it for odd things such as separator symbols and the
like. Should probably work with any unicode symbols, though.

On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 11:17:15AM +0800, Chengqi(Lars) Song wrote:
> hi,
> if any body did that, please post related parts of your xmobar setting and xmonad.hs. thanks a lot.
> best
> lars
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