En rponse  Lars Henrik Mathiesen <[log in to unmask]>:

> > Date:         Fri, 16 Nov 2001 23:58:50 +0100
> > From: Boudewijn Rempt <[log in to unmask]>
> >
> > Frankly, I don't care either way - and since Unicode has become
> mandatory
> > for mail clients since January 2000 (a 'must' according to some rfc
> I
> > forgot the number of), you might as well use real IPA.
> [ˈθɪsɪsˌɔ ̃lɪəkɔ̃ˈpɫɑɪɘ̃sˌtʰɛsθɛn].
> > If you can find some way to key it in, I'll find a way to display
> > it.
> [dɪɾɪɾˈwɚk]?

<sob> I can see nothing but a bunch of diacritical E characters. I read my e-
mail through a web-based interface that can read nothing more than Latin-1 text
(and I find it OK, since it prevents strange e-mails containing HTML and
viruses or whatever to bring their poisonous content to my computer). I could
read them with Outlook Express, but every other day it cannot read my mailbox
(like today), so it's pretty useless.

So please, stick to Latin-1. If you want to use Unicode, direct us to webpages.
My computer can read Unicode webpages with nearly no problem.


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