Re: Using unicode or MBCS characters in forms
>> If you use TANGO browser by ALIS technology, a Canadian company, you
>> don't need to install any Japanese fonts and your kanji docs will be
>> correctly displayed.
> Accent is also quite good.
Accent appears to have many bugs. I know it has font handling bugs
under Windows 95J, but I have also seen things like being
turned into square boxes in shift-jis data (they blindly substitute
codes instead of characters). I have also seen some parsing errors...