RE: Unicode and the Web

From: Shanjian Li (
Date: Mon Aug 17 1998 - 12:36:24 EDT

You can not see Chinese is because the page is not encoded in Big5, but
in UTF8. Go to preference setting and check your unicode font mapping.
Selecting Mingliu font for unicode should enable you see the traditional

chinese character.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Limin Zhang []
> Sent: Monday, August 17, 1998 6:32 AM
> To: Unicode List
> Subject: Re: Unicode and the Web
> Hi,
> thank you for all who replied to my questions. I tried the webpage
> mentioned by Chris Wendt and Frank Tang at:
> This webpage includes multiple languages such as Arabic, Simplied
> Chinese,
> Traditional Chinese, etc. But somehow I couldn't view Chinese texts
> after I set the encoding to Traditional Chinese Big5 (Mingliu
> installed).
> However, the setting enables me to read other Chinese webpages. The
> web
> browser I used is Netscape Communicator 4.05, and the OS is win95.
> Could anyone give me some clues? Thanks
> Limin

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