Code To Render Korean, New Charset Detection, Now Integrated Into Mozilla
Monday September 6th, 1999
Yung-Fong Tang writes, "We integrated code contributed by Deogtae Kim and Jungshik Shin to render Unicode Precomposed Hangul on Linux by using hanterm font."
You can see a screenshot here.
Also, Yung-Fong writes, "...one of the feature we have included in mozilla since M9 (but does not turn on by default) is charset detection for Japanese and Russian users (the ones for Korean and Chinese are not mature yet). Please refer to [this] document for more info. I am also working on a better UI for this feature in M11."
This post and the previous one regarding translation tools are yet another example of how the "outside" development community is contributing substantially to the Mozilla project. Even if they aren't contributing code, they're contributing time, tools, and translations that will greatly expand the reach of Mozilla.