From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jul 12 2003 - 01:34:16 EDT
Jungshik Shin scripsit:
> > I don't know why UniScribe is not always installed by default,
> > as it is also useful for Latin, Greek and Cyrillic (the regional
> Add Korean to the list. After making a Korean opentype font,
> I was confused because it worked fine inside font editing tools,
> but it didn't work with MS IE and Mozilla under Win2k (although I
> had heard that Korean OTFs shipped with Korean version of MS Office
> XP worked well with MS IE.).
MS products have yet to recognize that Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic are
> > better named "Support for text rendering using Unicode combining
> > sequences", or just "Support for UniScribe and OpenType fonts" with
> This is a very good suggestion.
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