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Japanese character problem in IE 5.2

 
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Hi,
I have to display Japanese/Korean Characters in HTML Select Tag on Mac OSX, I.E. 5.2 version. When I click the combo, the drop down list shows junk values. I already have the necessary fonts installed but still it displays garbage for combo and text fields? Do I have to set something else to display Unicode Characters. Please help.
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Kapil
 
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Are you having the same problems in other browsers?

You do realize that IE for Mac is a deprecated browser. no?
 
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There is no problem with other Browsers. But my application has to support IE also. It is no where clearly mentioned that IE does not support unicode characters in Mac.
 
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No, but it is clearly stated that Microsoft no longer supports IE on the Mac. Why beat your head against the wall supporting an antiquated and dead browser?
[ February 24, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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