Dmitry Beransky wrote:
> Which browsers support UTF-8?
The ones I know of are:
1. Alis' Tango,
2. Accent's Multilingual Mosaic,
3. Netscape's Navigator 3.0 (on Windows 95).
In the case of Navigator, you must turn on Unicode support as follows:
run regedit (win95) or regedt32 (winNT) Select the HKEY_CURRENT_USER Go to Software > Netscape > Netscape Navigator > INTL Select Edit | Add Value (menu) Type: UseUnicodeFont at the Value Name field Type: 1 at string field
To reverse the effect, you need to remove the UseUnicodeFont entry. Changing the "1" to a "0" is not sufficient.
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