On Sat, 27 May 2000, Danny Wier wrote:

> Arial Unicode MS, on the other hand is one scary mama.  You can use it as a
> pan-Asian font since it contains all the characters for Japanese, Korean,
> Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese.  (If you use IE5, you can
> install Asian language support for one, two, three or all of these, which
> come with specifically-created fonts -- this takes more hard drive space,
> but these are smaller fonts individually; GulimChe, used for Korean, is only
> about 6 meg and the others are smaller.  If you use Netscape, you gotta
> download Bitstream Cyberbit from their FTP trees at

Ah! I've got it - the direct URL is:

Now for a way to get this font to work with X Window! Perhaps XFree
4.0, if I can get that to work.

Boudewijn Rempt  |