En réponse à Herman Miller <[log in to unmask]>:

> SIL IPA fonts don't work very well on web pages. Newer browsers
> display
> them as "symbol" fonts, which means they use some character codes in
> the
> upper stratosphere of Unicode, not the ASCII characters (and nowhere
> near
> the real IPA characters either). You have to go back to Netscape 3.0 to
> be
> able to see them (or maybe even an earlier version, I don't remember
> exactly when the SIL fonts stopped working with Netscape).

Well, they don't work badly with IE. But it's true that the fact that Netscape
cannot handle them anymore (I really would like to understand why) is a burden.


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