You need to tweak your font.properties file to use a Unicode font and the
font must contain the glyph for Hebrew. Also, you can draw it on Canvas
but not a AWT widget like button or menu i think, correct me if i'm wrong.
If you use JDK 1.1, you can only get as far as Hebrew characters display
but not bidi display.
Only JDK 1.2 supports bidi.
On Mon, 2 Feb 1998 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> When I tried to use unicode in a java program, I don't get a character,
> just a blank space, or an underline rather than a Hebrew character. why? Is
> there a unicode font that you have to download before you can use it or????
> new to unicode land, -Karen
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