[cap-talk] Firefox breaks the principle of identifiability
ben at algroup.co.uk
Mon Feb 7 21:46:31 EST 2005
Ka-Ping Yee wrote:
> On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, Mike Linksvayer wrote:
>>>This does not seem feasible to me for a character set as large as
>>>Unicode, and flatly impossible for Unicode in particular because
>>>Unicode includes characters that are *defined* to be invisible or
>>>to combine with other characters to yield perfect homographs.
>>Render non 7-bit printable ASCII characters in a different color. Or
>>with a different color background.
> How do you render a zero-width non-breaking space in a different colour?
They are not legal in punycode, so the point is moot.
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