>> I think it very unlikely that plain 16-bit Unicode will be adopted by
>> browsers in the next year or two.
>Why not? It is more compact for East Asia (apart from the fact that
>compression can be used anyway). I might understand if you would say
>that it might not be adopted by content providers. But for browsers,
>supporting UCS2/UTF-16 in addition to UTF-8 is an extremely small
>addition, so I don't even see why there is discussion about it.
As I said, I have a server *today* that can generate UCS-2. I would like
to use that in Asia if I could.
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