From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 17 2008 - 13:04:03 CDT
Dagvadorj Galbadrakh wrote:
> Please note that I have no experience on how Windows Vista
> regulated it, though, I think it should be possible for Windows XP.
Support for complex script layout in Windows relies on two components:
the MS Unicode Script Processing engine (Uniscribe) and an appropriate
OpenType font with glyph substitution and positioning features for the
script. I believe that the Vista or Office 2007 versions of Uniscribe
are needed to handle Mongolian text, which means that it probably won't
work on XP outside of Office 2007, even with an appropriate font.
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