I'm trying to paste these Chinese letters: 你好世界 to my Terminal, but instead I've got "^L" or some other weird characters.
The same happens for other unicode characters (such as £āēīōūśṣṭēīōū) when pasting or pressing Option+e, then a for á, e for é, i for í and similar, then I've got C!C)C- instead.
In Terminal Settings, I've got Character encoding set to Unicode (UTF-8) (
Preferences/Settings/Profiles/Advanced) and in Encodings tab I've UTF-8 enabled.
LANG=C, however setting it to
LANG=en_GB.UTF-8 doesn't help.
However it works when I run echo:
$ echo -e "\xE2\x98\xA0"
My Terminal settings are:
I'm using Terminal v2.4 on OS X Mavericks (10.9.5). My shell is bash.
How I can configure Terminal to support Unicode characters?