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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.

Christophe.

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