From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 15:01:56 CST
Philippe Verdy <vpi92 at yahoo dot fr> wrote:
> So how do you think a browser would display international URLs? Most
> probably using the font settings used for displaying HTML page
> contents. This then goes through the user settings where the default
> fonts are not using Tahoma by default, and in fact is already using
> Arial by default on Windows (unless someone selects Verdana or Tahoma
> which is better for viewing Latin, Greek or Cyrillic on screen).
Actually, Windows 2000 and XP do use Tahoma by default as the font for
icon titles, menu items, and so forth. I'm using it on Windows Me only
because I changed it manually from MSSS to make the desktop look more
like Win 2000. ☺
But Adam's example came in the body of a message, which I changed to
Arial Unicode MS to escape the limits of plain-Arial that you mentioned.
If it had appeared in the address bar of IE (or other browser), it would
have shown the I vs. l difference that Adam pointed out.
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