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2 You installed xterm with wide chars support. This introduces some limitations
3 comparing to the plain single chars version: this version of xterm will use
4 UTF-8 charset for selection buffers, breaking 8-bit copy/paste support unless
5 you are using UTF-8 or ISO8859-1 locale. If you want 8-bit charset selections to
6 work as before, use "eightBitSelectTypes" XTerm resource setting.
8 For further information refer to the SELECT/PASTE section of xterm(1) manual