>The Unicode can be drawn indirectly by converting it to a Mac script and
>then drawing *that*, and only Cyberdog does so.
>When UIS is released, the browsers will be able to take advantage of it.
>Just converting the Cyberbit font and installing it won't do any good in
>and of itself, because none of the current browsers know how to take
>advantage of it.
Actually, I think Netscape 4.01 will display pages if the charset is
Unicode, but apparently it doesn't handle NCRs properly. I think MSIE 4.0
(for Mac) still doesn't handle Unicode; at least, the preview release
International, Text, and Graphics Group
Apple Computer, Inc.
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