Very gratifying to see it up in Unicode. Netscape + the Cyberbit font handles it
just fine, even on an English-only system.
Adrian Havill wrote:
> For those having problems, there is also a UTF-8 (because the text uses
> U+00E5 which has no equivalent in JIS) encoded version at
> It's encoded correctly, and I could view it in Hotjava, IE 4 PR 1 (wow, IE 4
> for Solaris!) and Communicator 4.
> > I could download the page to my disk and edit it (to change the incorrect
> > tag), and view it that way.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Tue Jul 10 2001 - 17:20:38 EDT