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HTML in 6.0

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-02-02 23:26:31.0Z
Jacob Posted on 2006-01-31 19:07:41.0Z
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Is iAnyWhere going to update
with the 6.0 html support?

Enrico Pallazzo Posted on 2006-02-02 23:26:31.0Z
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Currently the 6.0 servers are still in a beta segement (only certain lucky
users get randomly chosed to sync to the 6.0 servers. Its likely that you
have may have synced to a 6.0 server and never known it. When we are
cofindent that they are ready we will roll them out to the entire service
and the docs will probably be updated then. I can sum up the changes very
simply... 6.0 support Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese
on PPC devices if your PPC device has the correct font installed (i.e. you
have a DBCS PPC device.)

<Jacob> wrote in message
> Is iAnyWhere going to update
> with the 6.0 html support?