NT 4.0, Service Pack 5 included fixes to provide better support for the
larger fonts, like Arial Unicode, and several Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
fonts. Service Pack 6a incorporates Service Pack 5. However, I understand
that Windows 2000 Professional has better support for large fonts than
Windows NT SP 5 or SP 6a.
Edwin F. Hart
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
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Laurel, MD 20723-6099
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From: pierre vaures [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2001 03:11
To: Unicode List
Subject: Stability problems with "Arial Unicode MS" Font
We use the Font "Arial Unicode MS" version 0.84 and version 0.86
with windows NT4 on PC Pentium 450 MHZ.
Sometimes, usually when a locking screen occurs, the font is lost.
Meaning, instead of characters, squares appear on the GUI.
Any hint, clues about this problem will be very welcome.
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