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Re: Arabisation and character sets

From: Ahmed Sallam <asa@sakhr.com>
Date: Sat, 11 Apr 1998 10:31:08 +0300
Message-Id: <352F1C3C.442AB933@SAKHR.COM>
To: Jerzy Karczmarczuk <karczma@info.unicaen.fr>
Cc: www-international@w3.org
The free download version of Sindbad is for Win 9x only (Win 95 and Win 98).
This fact is being explicitly specified in Sindbad download page and while
Sindbad installation. The current download version verifies the platform and
does not continue installation if Win NT. However you can reinstall Netscape
Communicator on the same subdirectory to recover back.

We are working now on Sindbad version for Win NT. It is supposed to be released
by the end of this quarter for navigator 4.x and Communicator 4.x.

Best regards.

Jerzy Karczmarczuk wrote:

> Ahmed Salam advertises:
>
> > Sindbad supports also  iso-8859-6 charset with up to 10 Arabic code pages.
> >
>
> Now, as a person who doesn't know Arabic (yet), but loves experiences,
> the first thing I did was to import Sindbad and to install it on
> Windows NT with Communicator.
>
> Everything standard Western, francized whenever possible.
>
> Does anybody has some positive experience with Sindbad in such
> a context?
>
> The installation of the plug-in corrupted my Netscape and I had to
> reload it (which was difficult because I had no more Netscape to
> import it from their download sites...). The Communicator reported
> initialisation errors.
>
> Could I do something wrong? (I could, with my fat fingers...), but
> what?
>
> Yours
>
> Jerzy Karczmarczuk
> University of Caen, Normandy, France.



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