>My understanding is that this won't happen for obvious
reasons: most users don't need it and don't want to buy a
larger hard disk (I'm happy that they will be installable by
people like myself who would like to type the occasional
Japanese without rebooting, though).
This doesn't make sense to me. Most users don't need it, but on
the odd occasion when they open a document containing text in
another script, they really don't like seeing gibberish. And
disk space? We're not talking about a lot of space to add at
list rendering support. A *lot* more space on their drives is
going to be taken up by other functionality in the OS and/or
apps that will have a far greater impact on their need to buy
new drives than will this. Certainly disk space is a non-issue.
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