OT: TECH: Unicode email clients (was Re: OT: Corpses, etc. (was: Re: Gender in conlangs (was: Re: Umlauts (was Re: Elves and Ill Be
|From:||Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 4, 2003, 1:08|
On 3 Nov 2003 at 16:17, Isidora Zamora wrote:
> (BTW, the accent marks on the Cwendaso words - and, boy do
> I hate typing them - indicate stressed syllables, so every word of more
> than one syllable should have one. If you don't see one, it is for one of
> two reasons: either I forgot it, or, more likely, the stress is on a
> syllabic sonorant consonant, such as the <l> in <tovl>, and I can't
> indicate it because I am not Unicode enabled, although I am working on that.
Speaking of which, the one area I'm seriously lagging behind in
Unicode adoption is my email client. It can do WGL4, but I don't know
whether it can do very much more than that. Certainly, trying to
paste 16-bit characters produces a weird mish-mash of letters
stripped of their accents and question marks.
See also this:
("e-acute, s-caron, z-acute, n-undercomma, IPA-script-a, greek-ksi")
It frustrates me greatly.
Does anyone know a Windows mail client that is HTML-safe and fully
Unicode-aware, and particularly is not Outlook? Preferably, without
sacrificing any of the functionality and ease-of-use of my current