From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 18 2006 - 14:59:55 CST
> From: Philippe Verdy [mailto:email@example.com]
> Here are some screenshots for Bengali, Oriya and Telugu...
The text in your screenshots looks to me like it might be Arial Unicode MS. As I explained earlier, this font does not provide shaping support for all scripts. That is a font issue, not an issue with IE.
> We definitely don't have the same Windows or Microsoft does not have
> distribute equivalent versions in its localizations...
Windows XP ships with the same complex-script rendering support everywhere.
> Regarding the case of core Windows fonts which were shipped with only
> national digits for some Indic scripts, this was effectively the case
> until I installed Office or third party fonts.
AFAIK, the Windows core fonts (Microsoft Sans Serif, Tahoma, Arial, Times New Roman, Courier New) have never included digits for any Indic scripts.
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