> >It would be nice if you could fix this quickly.
> Good luck. It's a noble effort, but what incentive does Microsoft have
> to support Unicode today? This isn't just idle Microsoft bashing - I'm
> curious if people in the Unicode consortium have thought about the
> political issue of actually getting people to adopt Unicode. MSNBC's
> web pages look fine on 80% of the web browsers - what percentage would
> the Unicode pages look right on?
For what it is worth, it looks like Netscape 4.01 is attempting to
NCR (Numeric Character References) and NE (Named Entities) display properly if the character
in question is available in the chosen encoding. NCR's are interpreted as Unicode code points
in the decimal format following the standards in RFC 2070. If the corresponding character does
not exist in the chosen encoding, then "?" will be displayed.
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