There are a couple of reg keys that can do part of the enabling. I think the
Windows team will release a support pack of some kind once they've got the
support final (turning on the reg keys simply enables part of the support -
there are still fonts, IMEs, and sorting)
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From: Jeff Hay-Roe [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: October 3, 2000 1:52 PM
To: Unicode List
Subject: RE: lag time in Unicode implementations in OS, etc?
Chris Pratley wrote:
>Surrogate support was not turned on by default in Win2000 because the
>Windows team was waiting for the standard to be finalized. It was also
>late, so to reduce the potential impact they had it off - a safe bet since
>the standard was still 1+ years from completion.
How do you turn *ON* surrogate support in Win2K?
(Please pardon me if it is blatantly obvious; I'm not running Win2000.)
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