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Nice idea, and nearly there... I think.

However, executing the script (Win32) with the default codepage for US yields:

Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xb5, with no +preceding start byte) at (eval 27) line 7. Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xb5, with no +preceding start byte) at (eval 27) line 19. Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xb5, with no +preceding start byte) at (eval 27) line 34. Malformed UTF-8 character (unexpected continuation byte 0xb5, with no +preceding start byte) at (eval 27) line 34. [19┬░(25┬░/13┬░)Scattered Thunders +torms|Γ26┬░/13┬░]

Switching codepages helps:

>mode con cp select=65001 Status for device CON: ---------------------- Lines: 600 Columns: 220 Keyboard rate: 31 Keyboard delay: 1 Code page: 65001 >wx.pl # Identical four "Malformed UTF-8 message [18(25/13)Scattered Thunderstorms|&#9729;26/13] /13] <p>Certainly an improvement... and given my (wilful) iggerance of code +pages and charsets, perhaps one (user) step from being as desired. Ho +wever, <c> ;echo on
or off has no apparent effect. Nonetheless, interesing project!


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