Re: Pupil's question about Burmese

From: Rick McGowan (
Date: Mon Nov 08 2010 - 15:49:07 CST

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    Hello Philippe Blankert -

    Thanks for your interest in Unicode...


    That page isn't in Unicode at all, it's an 8859-1 encoded page. That's part
    of the problem.

    Then, the Burmese characters on the page are all *images*, and when you
    click the buttons to type into the field, it seems to send ASCII text to the
    input field.

    And the WWin_Burmese1 font, which I just downloaded to check, is an
    "ASCII-hack" font that is not encoded in Unicode.

    Hope that helps.


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