Ken'ichi HANDA email@example.com writes:
> And I believe correct glyph is what everyone want.
Yes, we do agree on that. It is, however, an elementary
error to assume that the way to get a correct glyph in
presentation is to separately encode that glyph in the
universal character set.
Most of the arguments you have presented would be more
appropriate if directed towards specific software implementations
and products which present text in ways which do not meet
the expectations of specific communities of users.
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