From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat May 01 2004 - 14:49:02 CST
From: "Francois Yergeau" <FYergeau@alis.com>
> Raymond Mercier a écrit :
> > However, I am disappointed to find that IE6 will not display
> > U+20000, etc.
> See http://www.i18nguy.com/surrogates.html, may help.
I kew about this page and the related settings. But as a subsidiary question, is
this Windows registery settings for Internet Explorer ALSO required for pages
encoded with the native Chinese GB18030 standard instead of Unicode (UTF-8,
UTF-16 with surrogates, UTF-32) or CESU-8?
Does IE6 assume that a page encoded with GB18030 is basically Chinese and will
then use the SimBun18030 font automatically without this setting, or is this
preset on the Chinese version of Windows?
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