Re: [Encoding] false statement [I18N-ACTION-328][I18N-ISSUE-374]

I am aware there are differences. I used the word perceived deliberately.

There are very specific design flaws in web browsers, but in the examples
cited to me in this case, its not clear cut. So I used the word percieved.

It is not
On 01/09/2014 8:35 AM, "John Cowan" <> wrote:

> Andrew Cunningham scripsit:
> > Essentially the problem was web browsers were precieved to have problems
> > with displaying content in the languages in question.
> Were *perceived* to have problems, or *actually did* have problems?  TO the
> users there may be no difference, but to the browser makers, not to mention
> the Unicode Consortium, there definitely is.
> --
> John Cowan
> Clear?  Huh!  Why a four-year-old child could understand this report.
> Run out and find me a four-year-old child.  I can't make head or tail
> out of it.        --Rufus T. Firefly on government reports

Received on Sunday, 31 August 2014 23:09:13 UTC