From: Frank Yung-Fong Tang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Nov 20 2003 - 16:27:18 EST
I think the first thing you need to make sure is you did properly
install all of the following:
a. you are running on W2K or WinXP
b. install the surrogate support from microsoft if you are running win2k
c. configure your font in the IE font pref
Try to do the following
1. open notepad
2. select the surrogate font
3. open Netscape 7 or mozilla
4. view thc url I gave you in mozilla
If you did a and b (even without c) you should see the chinese text there.
5. click the [text link]
6. copy and paste the text into your Word XP
7. Do you see it correctly in Word XP.
8. Do the same thing and put into Notepad
If that don't show you, then the problem is really you don't install the
> Andrew C. West wrote,
> > Using W2K and IE6, if you have a CJK-B font configured for "User
> > 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.
> Best regards,
> James Kass
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