On Tue, 13 Jun 2000 16:39:50 CDT Danny Wier <[log in to unmask]> writes: > Hmm, I probably gave you the wrong number... let's try again: > Capital is Alt+0142, lowercase is Alt+0158. If you still have > problems, it > might be the font you're using. (Using Softy I found fonts that had > dotless > lowercase i but not dotted capital I, Polish l-stroke but not the > other > Polish characters like c-acute and z-dot above, even Maltese h-bar, > which > for some reason is one of the Latin glyphs in the freeware Microsoft > Asian > fonts which come with language support for Win 9x and Win 2k and IE > 5.0 > [from the automated Windows Update page]. But many fonts are > incomplete in > the Latin-1 range, lack the Euro symbol, or have sparse, > non-standard > encoding in the upper half of 8-bit, such as the Minitel simulator > font Arial Alternative.). > > DaW. - No, the inofrmation was correct as far as i could tell, i was talking about in your email, when you demonstrated each of them....the Zs and the lowercase s came through okay, but instead of having a capital S with caron (lemme try: < >) it was just a blank space. -Stephen (Steg) "do not fear night-terror."