----- Original Message -----
> I am experimenting with a Unicode font, Lucida Sans Unicode, to provide a
> x-browser way to get around IE's inabilities regarding form checkboxes.
> font is supposedly on every Windows machine since Win 98 but I find that
> machine with that font (and same version 2.0 of the font) fails
> On the other machines, IE5+, Firefox/Mozilla, and Opera perform as
> Style Checkboxes Cross-Browser in Windows:
Results for anyone interested:
Failure. At least this particular Unicode font cannot be relied upon for
glyph mapping in combination with CSS even in systems where the font is
installed and the browser and OS claim to support Unicode.
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