Date: Thu Nov 20 2003 - 14:40:44 EST
Andrew C. West wrote,
> Using W2K and IE6, if you have a CJK-B font configured for "User Defined"
> scripts under the "Options : Fonts" settings, and manually select the
> for the page as "User Defined", then the second CJK-B character in each box
> (just above the gif image) displays just fine.
Yes. The page was downloaded and heavily tweaked off line.
First I substituted a decimal numeric character reference for one
of the hexadecimal entries. No dice.
I did a couple of other tricks to no avail.
I removed the GB character set declaration and tried to manually
set the [View] to user defined. The page loaded again, but didn't
display, checking the [View] showed that the page was still being
loaded as UTF-8! Tried it again and again.
At this point, *I* was heavily tweaked, so I didn't even try to
insert 'x-user-defined' character set into the HTML header.
I just went back on line and opened the page successfully with
a different browser.
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