From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 14 2005 - 22:12:03 CST
Ken Krugler wrote:
> In addition, even though an increasing number of mobile devices use
> Unicode as the base encoding, the font/layout/rendering support code
> would also need to handle the target languages. And you'd need some way
> of installing additional fonts, which is often a problem on mobile
> devices, since carriers aren't very excited about allowing users to
> easily extend the OS.
If you could figure out a way carriers could sell fonts and language
support the way they do ring-tones - and charge by the month for the use
- I suspect they might be interested in that.
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