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Unicode support would make a difference not only to Japanese language, but also Traditional and Simplified Chinese. My colleagues at work have to work with both within Dreamweaver, and for some reason (I think it's Dreamweaver's support - or lack - of Asian language) they must use Chinese Star software to convert between Simplified and Traditional Chinese codes.

Since China and Taiwan are huge markets, it would make sense for RISC OS to make a presence there, even if its through set-top boxes...interesting article though, thanks Drobe!

 is a RISC OS Usersascott on 14/4/05 2:36AM
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