RE: [Clip] RE: RE: Unicode clips for NoteTab
- This should probably be off topic but it is the existence of the charset
meta tag that cause this to be triggered in IE which these pages do
have. However, the UTF-8 encoding will unfortunately not trigger this in
IE it only seems to occur with more specific encoding such as
shift-jis(Japanese) and gb2312(Simplified Chinese).
> -----Original Message-----yberbit.ZI
> From: Alec Burgess [mailto:burale@...]
> Sent: Friday, 23 August 2002 11:52 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [Clip] RE: RE: Unicode clips for NoteTab
> Rudolph, Christine:
> Just curious - I haven't checked out your refs ... Is it
> possible for Christine to set her page up so that visitors
> will get the messages about "To view this site properly do
> you want to have ......... downloaded and installed" or
> however it gets worded in IE 5/6?
> Regards ... Alec
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Rudolf Horbas" <Rudolf.Horbas@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: 22 August, 2002 18:49
> Subject: [Clip] RE: RE: Unicode clips for NoteTab
> > Hi Christine,
> > > This is a very nice resource!
> > > .... any chance you'll be adding Sanskrit characters?
> There were a
> bunch of
> > > people helping me with this, but it turned out pretty
> impossible to
> get the
> > > Unicode characters to actually display as the correct Sanskrit
> character, no
> > > matter what the character set, font, or combination of
> codes. Drove
> > > nuts.
> > > I'm doing a site that uses a lot of Sanskrit names and
> would LOVE to
> > > get this to work!
> > >
> > > Just a wish list thing, maybe. :)
> > thanks You liked my pages; I'll still have to correct a lot
> of errors
> > there (feedback by users).
> > What You'll need to display Sanskrit is a font set that
> contains such
> > characters.
> > You'll find a download source, test pages and good information at:
> > * Overview
> > http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/unicode/unitest.htm
> > * Test page with "Classical Sanskrit: From the Maha-bha-rata":
> > http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/unicode/samples/mbbeispx.htm
> > * Instructions to configure Your system and browser to display
> > http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/unicode/unitest2.htm
> > * Download of Windows ttf-font "TITUS Cyberbit Basic" (~1MB):
> > http://titus.fkidg1.uni-frankfurt.de/unicode/tituut.asp
> > * Download of Windows BITSTREAM CYBERBIT font (~6MB):
> If You follow all instructions on these pages and install the fonts,
> Your browsers are likely to display the sanskrit characters. Remember,
> though, that the users of Your pages may very likely have a system
> is not set up as Yours.Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
> BTW, I'm currently working on a Sanskrit library for NoteTab and may
> have it finished by the end of next week. I'll let the list know when
> it's available.