Re: html advice (drat!)
|From:||Keith Gaughan <kmgaughan@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, December 8, 2004, 20:16|
Roger Mills wrote:
I know it's not a serif typeface, but try Lucida Unicode on Windows. I'm
not sure about Mac boxes, but most Windows boxes have it these days, and
I think most Linux boxes (not sure about other *nix) should have it too.
> Would someone please take a look at
> Under the entry "lañ-lañ" (no doubt of interest per se), I successfully got
> the velar nasal to appear, but the glottal stop (near the end of the entry)
> doesn't show up on my browser (which uses Times New Roman I guess, which
> doesn't have a ? character, no doubt the problem). What must I do to have
> it show up correctly?) You'll note, I have specified UTF-8 in the heading.
> Must I specify a font or font-family?? (If so, I'd prefer something like
> Times New Roman if possible-- i.e with serifs).