>Apple recently announced that the release of Copland would be delayed, and
>would take place in stages, rather than all at once as previously planned.
>I am in contact with Adam Samuels <firstname.lastname@example.org>, who is in
>charge of the Copland Beta program to see whether some of us can get copies
>and try out some Unicode mail.
It's not necessary to get beta copies of Copland to try out Unicode
support; all you need to do is download CyberDog 1.1 (beta or final) from
http://cyberdog.apple.com/ (you'll need OpenDoc as well, but the CyberDog
site points at it). CyberDog 1.1 has the necessary support.
I don't think the 1.1 version supports sending Unicode mail, as it was
added too late in the process to have a UI available. However, it
supports receiving Unicode mail and reading Unicode web pages (or at
least it should, I'm on a trip and haven't been able to check).
International Software Architect
Apple Computer, Inc.
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