From: Eric Muller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue May 03 2005 - 11:38:43 CDT
Mustafa Jabbar wrote:
>As I understand Windows XP SP has a .dll which is responsible for display of
>Unicode Glyphs and Codes.
As Chris mentionned, we use our own software for that (consider that our
applications also run on MacOS, as well as a number of Unix platforms
for some of them).
> But we have found that Adobe applications only
>displays ?,if the code is beyond 256, the glyphas are not displayed.
This is not my experience with InDesign, Illustrator, PhotoShop, Acrobat
(to name only those I use). May be you are using an old application such
>Indic languages have almost 50% of the world's polpulation.
>Can Adobe ignore it?
Because of our policy about product announcements, I cannot tell you
whether future versions of specific products will support Indic scripts.
I surely hope we will do so, but I am just a lowly engineer with little
influence on our product decisions.
PS: your clock is fast by about a month.
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