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RE: lynx-dev display of multibyte characters in fragment URL on status l
RE: lynx-dev display of multibyte characters in fragment URL on status line
Fri, 1 Aug 2003 23:06:04 -0400
It's interesting that in i.e. it shows correctly (http://www.biol.s.u-tokyo.
ac.jp/users/sonoike/fluo.htm#６．５) but in Mozilla it appears
I trust Mozilla and wonder if this representation is based on standards?
Therefore perhaps lynx is doing the correct thing?
Interesting reading, by the way, although the Kanji is way advanced for me
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> Henry Nelson
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> Subject: lynx-dev display of multibyte characters in fragment URL on
> status line
> Vaguely I recall someone else bringing this up. Wonder if it has been
> If for example you have an anchor named `` <A href="#６．５"> '',
> up on the status line as "#%A3%B6%A1%A5%A3%B5". It would be great if Lynx
> would translate that back before displaying it. FWIW, MSIE presents:
> "http://www.biol.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/users/sonoike/fluo.htm#６．５" on
> status line, i.e., with legible multibyte characters. That's a real-life
> example (in Japanese), if you'd like to see what's happening. The link I
> quote here is at the bottom of the document, to the left of the figure
> with legend "SP: Saturating Pulse, FR: Far Red Light, AL: Actinic Light".
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