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Re: UTF-8 character question

From: horatio
Subject: Re: UTF-8 character question
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 00:51:56 -0700 (PDT)
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On May 12, 12:14 am, Harald Hanche-Olsen <address@hidden> wrote:
> + address@hidden:
> > I downloaded Emacs 22.2.1 for Windows, and I was pleased to find that
> > Chinese characters work "out of the box" on my computer.  However, I
> > have a weird visualization problem for some characters.  One example
> > is 你你.  These two characters appear the same in Firefox, in Notepad,
> > in the file system (ie Explorer), and in various other places.
> > However, in Emacs, the character on the left appears as an empty
> > square, but the character on the right shows up as the Chinese
> > character for "you".
> I am confused. They not only /look/ the same, they /are/ the same
> character (U+4F60). Maybe your news posting software knows what emacs
> doesn't, and has changed one of those so they are equal?
> I'm afraid you will have to describe the difference between the two
> characters somehow.

I used Firefox to post, and yes, it replaced one of the characters for
me.  I don't know how to figure out what the encoding is for the
character Emacs is correctly displaying, but the character U+4F60 does
not display correctly in my version of Emacs.  Instead, it shows up as
the empty square.  There's another version of the same character that
does show up correctly in Emacs, but unfortunately it's not the one
used elsewhere.

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