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Default tmux and weechat

If I run weechat from consol, i get norwegian letters like : å ø æ.
(By using /set env LANG en_US.UTF-8 and then /upgrade inside of weechat)

If i run weechat from tmux, i got : ?? ?? ??

Solution

Code:
tmux -u
This give tmux same keyboard as consol I think

Inside of weechat
Code:
 /set env LANG en_US.UTF-8
Code:
/upgrade

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Is it posible to start tmux with same settings a console?
From the tmux(1) manpage:
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tmux attempts to guess if the terminal is likely to support UTF-8 by checking the first of the LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE and LANG environment variables to be set for the string "UTF-8". This is not always correct: the -u flag explicitly informs tmux that UTF-8 is supported.
Try the -u option.
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Thank you, tmux -u did the trick.
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