You missed my point: with the fix I indicated, the fonts work
regardless of whether the MS patch is installed or not.
From: email@example.com AT internet on 06/08/99 09:27 PM
Received on: 06/08/99
To: Peter Constable/IntlAdmin/WCT
cc: firstname.lastname@example.org AT internet@Ccmail
Subject: Re: (Re: Unicode mapping table need help) Euro sign
> The trick is to get
> the euro glyph to show up whenever a document contains x80
(assuming, of cours
> we're dealing with cp1252) regardless of which OS is used,
i.e. regardless of > which mapping is used. The way to do this
is to have the cmap in the font make > both U+0080 and U+20AC
point to the euro glyph.
A cleaner way would be to install the new CP1252 -> Unicode
converter, which I thought was part of the euro package
available from MS. If people only install the fonts (without
the converter) they won't get the euro to work with CP1252.
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