Dreamweaver & unicode

From: JP Blankert (thuis & PC based) (jpblankert@zonnet.nl)
Date: Sun Feb 27 2011 - 12:44:42 CST

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    Dear unicoders,

    Unexpectantly I have some difficulties in Dreamweaver re. cyrillic.

    Now I make it: xhtml1.0, Unicode TF-8, C (canon. decomposition), BOM
    (include unicode signature)

    And take the loss that outside Google Chrome and Safari (so: for
    example in Mozilla!) the cyrillic script is distorted.

    Can I do better differently, being West European Windows 7 Ultimate
    Dreamweaver CS 5 owner with Latin keyboard?

    I tried to find a good piece of text about this but failed.

    Thank you! CHeers,


    On 7-2-2011 23:28, Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
    > On 02/07/2011 04:56 PM, Charlie Ruland wrote:
    >> AFAIK the letter þorn, like the present-day English digraph th,
    >> represented TWO most important consonants: the voiceless/fortis
    >> apico-dental slit fricative, as in ‘thin’ /θɪn/, and the voiced/lenis
    >> one of ‘then’ /ðɛn/.
    >> Charlie
    > I think that is correct, though ð was also used for both sounds (it
    > seems to be widely believed that þ was only voiceless and ð was only
    > voiced, but that was not the case). And of course, having two
    > solutions to a problem only made both of them weaker. I guess that
    > should apply to "th" also, but apparently instead it made them easier
    > to sweep away before the digraph.
    > ~mark
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