From: John H. Jenkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 11 2009 - 17:38:22 CDT
What you're seeing is the Japanese preferred glyph. Because of Han
Unification, you have to have a font specifically designed for the
locale in question (simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese, Japanese,
Korean, Vietnamese). You can't count on code points to distinguish
the preferred forms used in different locales any more than you can
for any other script. Using a font designed for a different locale
will result in problems like this one.
Offhand, I don't know which locale Monotype designed Arial Unicode
for, but it obviously isn't either Chinese locale.
John H. Jenkins
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