From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 16 2008 - 13:22:46 CST
>>>Then you must have newer versions of Arial and Courier. Are you
>>>using Windows Vista?
>>>The core versions of Arial and Courier New do not display this combination
>>>correctly on my system, Windows XP SP2.
> I am using XP+SP2, with just the original fonts of that system.
> Uniscribe is 1.420.2600.2180.
Neither Arial nor Courier New on XP+SP2 even have a glyph for
the combining caron. What should display (in a plain text editor,
at least) is the Arial or Courier "J" followed by a little box.
Your system is probably engaging in some behind-the-scenes
> The attached image is from the original message in OE, but quotations of
> that in later messages do not show up J+caron properly.
The image shows rich text display rather than plain text. On my
system, all subsequent messages display the combination properly,
but that's because I have OE configured to display only plain text
and have selected an appropriate display font.
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