> James Kass wrote:
> The best way to render a Devanagari page is with Unicode encoding
> and smart font technology. With an up-to-date version of the
> Uniscribe software installed, Devanagari can be properly displayed
> even on Win 9x, as long as the browser uses the Uniscribe engine.
You need to be careful when using Uniscribe on Win9x. Installing certain
Indic fonts and Uniscribe on unsupported platforms (Win9x) will
unfortunately corrupt these systems. The problem is that Win9x will
misbehave when seeing fonts without code page support, such as Indic fonts
with no Latin characters.
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