From: Andy White (Andy__White@btinternet.com)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2002 - 17:41:20 EST
> The Unicode office has received this email claiming that our
> page "What is Unicode in Hindi" is incorrect. Can anyone verify this.
The Page is correct
Anirudh Pandya wrote:
>>... I am
> > using IE 6 with SP1 installed. I am attaching (an HTML file)
> > the corrected
> > spelling of the transliteration of 'Unicode' on the hindi site.
I think that the problem is that you are viewing the page with the
ArialUnicode font. To check, in IE select
Tools/InternetOptions/GeneralTab/Fonts/Devanagari and see what is
You should be able to view Unicode text in web pages correctly on
Windows 98 (and I think Win 95) or later, if you also have with IE 5 (or
later), provided that an appropriate Open Type font is also installed.
For an example OT font you could try installing Raghu available here:
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