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> No, the purpose of Unicode is to encode abstract characters, that are
> recognised as representing the same element, but can have very various
> graphical representations (glyphs) depending on both context and language.
> If you want a nice display, you need to carry that language an cultural
> preferences information into your display engine.
Does Firefox do this today? - on Linux?
How about Firefox 3?
I ask this because we have a similar problem, different glyphs for cyrillic
itallic letters in macedonian/serbian vs russian/bulgarian (I don't know
for other languages).
Also, does anyone know of a tool I could use to inspect if the font has
language specific glyphs?