On Thu, 26 Oct 2006 17:37:51 -0400, Richard Wordingham
<richard@...> wrote:

> To view, switch to a Thai encoding.

No luck, Opera e-mail, Opera 9.02. I notified them.
The [&#nnnn;] entities rendered in ASCII.

Opera offers only TIS-620 (ISO-8859-11) encoding; I did not see any "no
such glyph available" glyph-substitutes.

Opera transforms the body of an e-mail message into its internal variant
of HTML, and apparently renders the message body by using its Web page
rendering code.

I tend to think the problem is either Opera or Win 98 SE (still using it,
and suffering somewhat!), or both.

Best regards,

Nicholas Bodley /*|*\ Waltham, Mass.
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