Communicator does well, at least on Win NT (I don't know about Win95).
Set the font associated with UTF-8 to be either Lucida Sans Unicode, or
get the freeware Cyberbit font from Bitstream, which has a wide range of
I posted a test page on
that you can try out once you are set up.
Keld J|rn Simonsen wrote:
> Hi Unicoders!
> I am looking for a browser with support in fonts for more than just
> 8859-1, at least latin, cyrillic and greek scripts. Are there browsers
> that can do that? My platforms are win3.1 win95 and Linux.
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