|From:||BP Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 27, 1999, 20:44|
At 12:25 +0100 27.8.1999, Fabian wrote:
>I finally figured out why the barred H wasn't displaying properly in msie.
>It seems that if you have the Korean language support installed, msie uses
>the barred H glyph from that font instead of the glyph from your chosen
>'Latin' font. Proving, yet again, that there is nothing quite like
Why on earth would there be a barred-h in a Korean font???
BTW: barred-h is my favourite [x] symbol partout. In fact "x" sucks rocks;
the form makes me think of it as a "nothing" symbol, something crossed out
or so. I have been known however to use "x" as a substitute for the wedge
diacritic, even before becoming aware of the Esperantists' x-notation. And
as a substitute for gamma when transcribing Mongolian. The letter
transcribed gamma in Mong. is mostly silent (rather behaves like Maltese
gh<barred> actually!), which probably is why I could live with it...
B.Philip Jonsson <bpj@...> <melroch@...>
Solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant!