Apparently it has not been posted (in fact it has not even been created in a
package form). Sorry about that - I sometimes can’t tell when something was
done vs. just discussed. I am not sure if/when the IE team will post this,
but this list will be kept up to date.
If you install one of the Complex Scripts support packages for IE (Thai,
Arabic, etc.) then you have all the pieces for viewing Hindi and Tamil
except an Indic OpenType font. If you can get one of those, it'll work.
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From: Christopher John Fynn [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: April 21, 2000 6:03 PM
To: Unicode List
Cc: Chris Pratley
Subject: Re: Sick HTML
Chris Pratley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'd like to clarify a common misconception. Win2000 is not required to
> *view* Hindi and Tamil with IE5. You do need Win2000 to get Hindi and
> input and support in other applications. If you install the Indic package
> for IE5 you can view Tamil and Hindi web pages on Win95, Win98, NT4, etc.
Is there a URL for the Indic package for IE5? I searched under
http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/ie/ and couldn't find it.
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