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Re: TECH: fonts (Re: Deseret alphabet)

From:Jeff Jones <jeffsjones@...>
Date:Monday, August 25, 2003, 16:19
On Mon, 25 Aug 2003 11:13:41 -0400, Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>

>Jeff Jones palsalge >>I took a quick look at the page. This brings up a technical question. I >>have Thryomanes installed. How do I get MSIE (6.0 W98SE) to actually _use_ >>it for Unicode pages? > >(I take it that you already have pages encoded in Unicode that display >fine.)
No -- sorry I wasn't clear. I'm trying to view someone else's page, not create my own.
>Easiest way to do so is through stylesheets. Just insert this text in the >header: > ><STYLE TYPE="text/css"> ><!-- >BODY { font-family: thryomanes,arial } >--> ></STYLE> > >I checked it out, and it works. > >There's a lot you can do with stylesheets. Check out for >a full description of the possibilities. > >Or if you meant you wanted to get IE to use a particular font for Unicode >characters when you're viewing them, you go to Tools -> Internet options - >> General tab -> Fonts. Then you have to change each item on the list to >show in that font.
This is the problem. MSIE lists languages here, not encodings. How do I match the font with the encoding? Unicode isn't a language! Thanks for the response anyway. Jeff
> >~wright