From L10N-2.0 to 2.4.0 (92/04/14)
- Accept-Language: request header
- Supporting the language-preference feature of the
HTTP by using Accept-Language: request header.
You can retrieve a document or voice in your preferable language
from the same URL. (see here)
- Fill-Out Form with various language
SELECT tag in Fill-Out Form with various language
is partially supported.
- Font specification with X resources
- You could choose your favorite font for each language by X resources.
Font is not hard-coded any more.
- Supporting HZ-encoding for Chinese
- Mosaic-L10N now supports HZ-encoding for Chinese.
Thanks to email@example.com (Ioi Kim Lam).
- Bi-directionality support
- Supporting bi-directional text like in Hebrew.
directionality can be handling.
But implementation of
Implicit directionality is still
Explicit directionality is not supported yet.
- Handling both GL and GR font
- Mosaic-L10N now decides whether a font is GL-encoded or GR-encoded
For example, it is not necessary to have GL-encoded
font for Chinese (GB), now.
You can use GR fonts along with
- Font caching mechanism
- Mosaic-L10N now do font caching.
You can switch among documents in different languages surprisingly
quickly than previous release.
- Cut & Paste for C/J/K texts
- You can now Cut & Paste C/J/K texts in Document Window.
Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org (Youichi Watanabe).
- Japanese PostScript printing
- Japanese documents can be printed out in PostScript format.
Thanks to email@example.com and
firstname.lastname@example.org (Youichi Watanabe).
(I have neither knowledge nor printer for PostScript in other
languages, so this feature is currently limited to Japanese.
But I think it may be possible in case of other languages.)
- Quitting HKU-Big5 support
- Many people suggested to me that HKU-Big5 is a private modification
of Big5 and should not be used any more.
So I quit supporting it.
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