Mon, 9 Jul 2001 15:36:01 -0700
I use NT 4 with IE 5.5 at home and I cannot get the Unicode characters to
show on it either. I can only get them to work when I use NT 4 with IE
6(Beta) which is what I use at work. So I advise that you try to hold off on
the upgrade to IE 5, since it doesn't seem to work either. I have a win95
machine at home with IE 4 let me play with it a bit (maybe tonight) and see
if I can get the fonts to show right.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Bertles" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 2:00 PM
Subject: RE: [sword-devel] TDavid
> I'm using Internet Explorer 4.0. Should I upgrade? I'm quite hesitant
> because of the overhead on my system. I don't even like using IE because
> of all the Microsoft Security issues.
> On Sunday, July 08, 2001 6:57 PM, Chris Little [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > > My apologies. I didn't know that this module only applied to the
> > > I was looking for information in Samuel, Kings and Chronicles. Since
> > > every window only showed "Genesis 1:1" I turned the module off.
> > Showing "Genesis 1:1" is a bug, but I'm not sure if it's in the module
> in the library.
> > > Any ideas on what I need to do to get UTF-8 modules to show characters
> > > other than boxes?
> > No, I've been looking around and haven't found any good answers.
> Everything I've read seems to say that Win95 isn't appreciably worse at
> handling Unicode than Win98. My only thought is that it may not be
> switching the font automatically like Win98/2K/XP do.
> > Which version of Internet Explorer is on the system?
> > Does anyone else have access to a Win95 install where they can test
> Unicode support?
> > --Chris