From: Mustafa Jabbar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 03 2005 - 02:35:45 CDT
As I understand Windows XP SP has a .dll which is responsible for display of
Unicode Glyphs and Codes. But we have found that Adobe applications only
displays ?,if the code is beyond 256, the glyphas are not displayed. It
means that Adobe has not gone beyond ASCII.
Can you let us know when we shall be getting full Unicode support from
Indic languages have almost 50% of the world's polpulation.
Can Adobe ignore it?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
Behalf Of Eric Muller
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 9:04 PM
To: 'Unicode List'
Subject: Re: Unicode Support in Adobe CS2
Mustafa Jabbar wrote:
>Recently Adobe has released Adobe CS2. Can anyone let me know if this suite
>supports Unicode in general and Indian Languages.
>I am particularly concerned about Bengali.
Most of our applications now use Unicode to represent text internally
(some started a long time ago, others are more recent converts). I
believe that none of them properly renders the Indic scripts (in fact,
none even attempts to do so).
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