|From:||ROGER MILLS <rfmilly@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 19:59|
David McCann wrote:
>She's using some 1980s technology: providing IPA symbols by using a font
>that maps them onto the code-points 20-FF. If any characters fall in the
>range 7F-A0, no modern font will display anything. I'm not sure that SIL
>still have the fonts, though they do have a utility to convert documents
>using them into Unicode. And I complained about people using SAMPA!
So that's the answer; these didn't display properly for me, neither on IE
I'm sure SIL still has Doulos and Gentium, presumably updated.