Re: Comprehensive East-Asian support

At Mon, 31 Jan 2000 10:03:06 +0800,
Steve Underwood <> wrote:

> Does this imply that Japanese text is often written with a right-to-left title
> line, and a vertical body below it? Interesting. I hadn't thought of that as a
> possibility. So, there is one more special mode of Asian language handling to
> consider. Maybe I should buy a Japanese and a Korean newspaper, and try to
> figure these things out for myself. There is usually enough Hanzi that I can get
> some kind of idea what the text is about.

I put some Japanese newpaper images and Japanese novel book
image in my web site:

These are typical top-to-bottom text examples in Japanese.
Mitsuru Oka

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