Einstellung der russischen Schrift auf der proz.com-Seite
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Sybille  Identity Verified
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Nov 23, 2004

Hallo, Kollegen,

Bis gestern konnte ich mir die russische Schrift in den Foren richtig anzeigen lassen.
Heute gibt es nur noch Schriftauswahlen, bei
denen nicht die richtige Schrift dargestellt wird.
Zum Einstellen benutze ich Ansicht > Zeichenkodierung > Weitere > Osteuropäisch.

Wenn ich mich recht erinnere, war es die Schrift Kyrillic Window 1252, die alles richtig darstellt, die ist aber nicht mehr zu finden.
Was kann ich tun?

Danke für Eure Hinweise


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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Try Kyrillic Window 1251, if you have it.

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Sybille  Identity Verified
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To Jack Nov 23, 2004

Thank you, Jack.
I tried Kyrillic Windows 1251, it is okay.
So the colleague putting question No. 872810 and 872811 must have used another font. I do not see real Russian letters, and think that they are not Ukrainian,too.

[Edited at 2004-11-23 11:44]


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