"Earl" == Earl Hood <ehood(_at_)hydra(_dot_)acs(_dot_)uci(_dot_)edu>
Earl> Comments? Especially from Japanese-based users of MHonArc?
Earl> Are any users setting the <META http-equiv="Content-Type"
Earl> content="text/html; charset=XXXX"> in their MHonArc
Earl> generated pages? Or specifying a particular charset through
Earl> the HTTP server?
<META http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-2022-JP">
as recommend in Ken Lunde's "CJKV Information Processing". It seems
that some browsers look at LANG attribute, and others the
charset. This seems to work. Netscape 4.5 on unix seems to get it
right, most of time. Sometimes I have to hit reload to get it
recognize it though. I'm still trying to get handle on this.
Since there are many encodings in Japan, he also recommends adding a
comment at top the page, which contains character that are unique
across Japanese encodings. This is to help the browser's automatic
encoding detection to work properly.
<!-- tokyo - used for automatic encoding detection -->
"tokyo" would be the actual two characters for Tokyo. I have not tried