From: Raymond Mercier (RaymondM@compuserve.com)
Date: Fri May 07 2004 - 10:21:11 CDT
James Kass writes:
> IE6 displays CJK(A) in UTF8 just fine. It can't seem to handle
> CJK(B) in UTF-8, though.
Isn't it the other way round ?
I attach a file with three characters all in UTF8, representing CJK(A), CJK
and CJK(B). The CJK(A) displays in IE6 only if <span lang=ZH>...</span> is
included, but it *does* handle the CJK(B) without any reference to lang.
In Mozilla all three display without the "lang=ZH"
Of course to see the CJK(B) you need the font Simsun (Founder Extended).
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