using utf-8 in irssi under screen

Firstly, tell your local terminal application that you want a utf-8 window. This is left to you, but under macos (which I use), right click the window, select ‘Window settings’, pick the ‘Display’ option from the drop-down, and pick utf-8 under ‘Character set encoding’. Next, when you start the screen session, pass the ‘-U’ flag. This […]