But in writing that reply I was thinking of my former setup, where I did have it installed. (And I also still have it installed on one of my other computers.)
I see. So in fact it might be some generic Windows implementation for how to do it whenever an application tries to display unicode characters for which no font support is installed.It's not only occuring Firefox, but it seems to be what unicode programs will display if they attempt to display ANSI characters of an unknown code-page (Or the ANSI to unicode conversion wasn't totally sucessful).
Agreed. I just had to explain my earlier misstatement.Anyways, enough sidetracking.
Best regards: dlanor