Which is exactly the same problem which a Unicode browser user has with
the single new character - it is not exactly in that codeset either today!
On Tue, 21 Oct 1997, Larry Masinter wrote:
> Donald Page wrote:
> > Rubbish, any browser which either uses the font of the terminal it is
> > running under (e.g. lynx) or which the user can define which font to use
> > for display is Latin-0-capable. I reckon that is pretty much every
> > browser.
> Using ©®±¶Ë, where the user must set the ©®±¶ in order to understand
> the message, is unreliable.
> (To properly read this message, please set your mail browser to use a ©®±¶
> in which
> © is an alternate rendering of 'f'
> ® is an alternate rendering of 'o'
> ± is an alternate rendering of 'n'
> ¶ is an alternate rendering of 't'
> Ë is an alternate rendering of 's'.)
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