Proteon P4200 and Suminet 3500H/FDDI

From: Don Maslin <>
Date: Fri Jun 15 18:53:47 2001

On 12 Jun 2001, Iggy Drougge wrote:

> Don Maslin skrev:
> >On Sat, 9 Jun 2001, Brian Hechinger wrote:
> >> well, hmmmmm. i've tried a handful of rates/settings and haven't come up
> >> with much, tried straight through and roll-over, nothing works for me. if
> >> it's in japanese i have no idea what to expect output to look like on a non
> >> japanese terminal (if i added japanese support to solaris would tip be able
> >> to take advantage of that??) i can plug the thing in and show you the
> >> garbage i get at 9600 8n1 if you'd like.
> >I would rather expect it to look a lot like the Chinese spam that we see
> >from Hong Kong and Taiwan occasionally. There is considerable
> >similarity in their characters.
> I don't agree. The Chinese charsets which I've seen (there are of course
> several) do not particularly look like Japanese ones when viewed on an 8-bit
> terminal. Chinese tends to stay primarily within the visible upper 128
> characters, whereas Japanese mostly renders as a lot of "square" characters.
> I can quite easily see the difference between Japanese and Chinese without any
> 16-bit rendering software.

I'll take your word for it, as I have never made such a study.

                                                 - don

> --
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