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Re: What all does html support?

From: <wmperry@spry.com>
Date: Sat, 18 Mar 95 08:48 PST
Message-Id: <m0rq1fi-00000EC@monolith>
To: rupesh@henna.iitd.ernet.in
Cc: Multiple recipients of list <www-talk@www10.w3.org>
Rupesh Kapoor writes:
> Hi,
> 	It's amazing to find more syntax being supported by these browsers 
> each day. For instance, when I converted a MSWord document into text only 
> form today, was shocked to see netscape 1.0 correctly interpreting octal 
> codes like \225, \227 etc as bullets, regd & copyright symbols.
> 	Can anyone supply me a pointer to the exact set of such symbols 
> supported by these browsers? Of particular interest are Mosaic & netscape 
> 1.{0,1}

  This is generally a font issue - was this in windows netscape?  Try it
with netscape/X, and it might/might not work.  I hardcoded in a few
conversions for emacs-w3 based on the more popular ones people use from
windows fonts (quotes, cpoyright, registered, etc).

-Bill P.
Received on Saturday, 18 March 1995 11:44:35 UTC

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