From: Frank Yung-Fong Tang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Nov 19 2003 - 21:07:48 EST
are you using Netscape7 / Mozilla or IE?
If you use IE, then IE may have a bug about that.
I think Mozilla should not have the problem since I develope and test it
> Frank Yung-Fong Tang wrote,
> > If you visit
> > and your machine have surrogate support install correctly and surrogate
> > font install correctly then you should see surrogate characters show up
> > match the gif.
> It isn't working, but I have surrogate support and a font correctly
Are you running on XP or 2K? od you install all the necessary surrogate
support? Do you teak your font pref to use the surrogate font for
> The page looks like it is calling for Unicode characters to display,
> example 𠀀, but the HTML header says "GB-18030" for the characters
> set. Could this be the problem, or are Unicode and GB18030 matched
> for plane two and for HTML numeric characters references?
It should not matter . But again, it could be a bug in the IE.
> Each single Plane Two character is displaying as two missing glyphs,
> if that is an extra clue.
> Best regards,
> James Kass
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