* Alan Wood
| Opera 4 (a Windows browser) does not support Unicode.
True. It does decode UTF-8 correctly, but this is not of much use for
non-Latin1 characters. It is possible that version 4.1 for Windows
will handle UTF-8 correctly for the platform default encoding, even if
that happens to be some Korean encoding.
Version 5 will support Unicode, and will display your text with the
right fonts, regardless of what encoding that text arrived in.
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