Re: creating a test font w/ CJKV Extension B characters.

Date: Mon Nov 24 2003 - 05:12:52 EST

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    > As far as W2K/IE6 is concerned, if you have GB-18030 support installed (and
    > it
    > is not installed by default) then it seems to open, display and save
    > GB-18030
    > pages with no problem. The problem is that W2K/IE6 won't render supra-BMP
    > characters no matter what encoding you use unless they are represented as
    > NCRs
    > (either as a single 32-bit value or as two 16-bit surrogates, in hex or
    > decimal
    > format) and the encoding is set to "User Defined" (either in the encoding
    > declaration on the page or manually by the end-user).

    Even with the registery changes that allow Uniscript to work with such

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