[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 22962] Web page encoded as "Big 5 HKSCS" is not decoded properly

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Mon Dec 22 09:19:10 PST 2008


------- Comment #7 from ddkilzer at webkit.org  2008-12-22 09:19 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #6)
> (In reply to comment #4)
> > Scrolling down the page, I see replacement characters in Firefox 3 as well. 
> > They're "?" characters without black diamonds around them.
> Are you sure about that? These looked like normal question marks to me.

No, I am not sure.  I do not read Chinese.  :)

I don't see any "square boxes" or question-marks-in-black-diamonds on the page
in Firefox 3.  I *do* see a character that looks like "No" with the "o"
superscript and underlined (№) in the Firefox page that doesn't appear in
the Safari page with "Big 5 HKSCS" encoding.

Also note that the black diamonds in Desktop Safari when switching text
encoding to "Big 5 HKSCS" are simply colons on the Firefox 3 page.  Could this
be a missing glyph or a decoding bug?

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