Re: Using unicode or MBCS characters in forms
Gavin Nicol wrote:
> >(Today, I installed GB fonts on my system for the first time and was pleased
> >with the results I saw on the screen, but I was appauled by the need to set
> >character encoding preferences in my browser's property sheets. )
> Quite. It get's worse once you use frames in Netscape.
You could have said "frames in MSIE", or just "frames". Why pick on
Netscape? This is a problem with the servers, not Netscape Navigator.
> As I said, we've known how to make sure this all works for more than a
> year and a half (certainly in cocrete form for more than a year),
> isn't it about time it was fixed?
It looks like neither the standards bodies nor the vendors have done a
good job of getting the word out.