>But, as Peter Constable said, built-in controls don't allow me
to chose "Unicode" (or the like) as a code page, even if I
selected an Unicode-enabled font. And, so far, I have found no
way of displaying in a control (text box, label, menu, etc.)
any character that are not in the current code page (even if
other applications can do it, with the same font, on the same
computer, under the same WinNT environment).
I didn't mean to suggest that *no* controls support Unicode.
Indeed, I remember Murray Sargeant giving a presentation at IUC
14 on Unicode support in the rich edit control. Support for
complex script rendering for various scripts is probably a
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