Re: websites

From: Jon Hanna (
Date: Mon Feb 23 2004 - 13:05:04 EST

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    Quoting Chris Jacobs <>:

    > > In any case, browsers that don't support UTF-8 and UTF-16 are now a very
    > > small minority.
    > In the browser I use I can change the charset if the browser had it wrong.
    > The charsets I can choose from don't include UTF-16.
    > Maybe this browser is one of this very small minority which don't support
    > UTF-8 _and_ UTF-16 ?
    Or it might just be that it's relatively hard to mis-identify UTF-16, and hence
    it doesn't need to be given as a user-override.
    Have you tested with it?

    Jon Hanna
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