Zero width space still unsafe?

Jukka reports on
that Internet Explorer 6 fails on the "zero width space" U+200B ​

Is this observation still valid? For which versions of MS Windows
does it apply? Does it depend on the encoding (charset)?
I have a test page in three encodings:
After each letter "z" there is a "zero width space". Do you see
an empty box instead? The correct browser behaviour would be
to allow a line break after "zero width space". does not recognize ISO-8859-11.
Why not?

Received on Monday, 20 December 2004 14:47:03 UTC