|From:||James Campbell <james@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 19, 2000, 18:02|
> > This isn't Arial Unicode (the monster) but the "WGL4" character set
> > (whatever that is) fonts. Probably sufficient for most needs.
> I think WGL-4 is the Windows character set. It has codes 128 through 159
> decimal mapped to unorthodox unicode positions. [Respectively: Euro,
WGL-4 is, in fact, a much larger charset than the old Windows 8-bit set: it
contains Eastern European and Esperanto accented letters [and many many
others], Hebrew, Arabic, Greek, Cyrillic, symbols and ligatures.
firstname.lastname@example.org James Campbell Zeugma--Our Life Is Design www.zolid.com