RE: Unicode on a website

From: Timothy Greenwood (
Date: Fri Sep 22 2000 - 12:47:16 EDT

Is this a web page for general and public use, or can you control the
browsers that will be used?

Internet Explorer seems to do a very nice job of picking up the available
fonts, but Communicator is less good. It still seems to require a specific
Unicode font. I am being hesitant since it is a while since I actively
examined the state of the world. My NT 4 system has Japanese and Korean
fonts installed. On viewing my favorite test site the Japanese and Korean show in
Internet Explorer (I have 5.5, but this has worked for a while) but
Communicator 4.7 just shows boxes.


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