From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 21 2004 - 12:03:52 CDT
Mark Davis <mark dot davis at jtcsv dot com> wrote:
> Use of ​ is perfectly appropriate to allow line breaks.
They show up as boxes on my system. Change fonts? Sure, I'd love to,
but the stylesheet wants to display the page in Arial:
margin: 0; COLOR: #000000; FONT-FAMILY: Arial, Geneva, sans-serif;
Update to a newer version of Arial that supports U+200B? Yeah, I guess
I can copy the font from another machine (Microsoft attorneys, you
didn't hear that), but that only solves the problem for me, not for the
next person with what they call a "downlevel" system.
Tell IE to override the stylesheet's font setting. Yeah, if I can find
that setting, but I don't want to do that for most pages -- just when I
have a problem like this.
I know this is just a display problem, but I find the zero-width spaces
annoying in this context. If I were cutting and pasting the text from
the page, I'd wonder what they were doing in the middle of an
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