From: Eric Rasmussen (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 24 2003 - 11:28:19 EST
> From: Chris Pratley
> ... The Insert Symbol dialog in OfficeXP has been improved to allow
> you to search by Unicode value (as well as larger glyphs, resizable,
> appearing in all apps, etc). In Word2002 (OfficeXP) you can also enter
> a Unicode character directly by typing the character value in hex and
> then using the Alt-X shortcut.
Chris, thanks! I also had not noticed that I can change the font
setting in the Insert > Symbol dialog from "(normal text)" to "(Asian
text)" for access to the CJK Extensions.
> From: Allen Haaheim
> ... Our text is from the Pre-Han & Han and Six Dynasties databases,
> which use their ICS1, ICS2, and ICS6 fonts. [...] Now if ICS1 (and
> ICS2 and ICS6) would work, I could count this as a major victory.
Well, I have not tried to install these on Windows, but I can tell you
that on Mac OS X 10.2.4, I can only have one of these ICS fonts
installed at a time (and for some reason it doesn't appear in the
Character Palette, only in the Font panel itself). So try installing
ICS1 by itself and see what happens...
> ... But the character that belongs there is U+5B7D, as another website
> http://220.127.116.11/s25/index.htm (Han Quan)
> shows in the same line of text ...
This is a Big5 site, not Unicode. So it is displaying U+5B7D in Big5
encoding (code point C45E), not Unicode.
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