On Feb 7, 1:09pm, Chris Pratley wrote:
> One other thing that Word does not do is determine of some text is
> Traditional or Simplified Chinese, or Japanese. These are unified ranges,
> so without a font tag, it cannot pick a font that is appropriate for that
A font tag is inappropriate for this. If I set font "foo" on some text, and you
don't have a font called foo, well that doesn't help much.
A lang tag, or attribute, is what is required to disambiguate the
presentation of unified characters.
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