Unicode Discussion (email@example.com) wrote:
>I disagree strongly. These are needed in searchable attribute values,
>protocol error strings, and all sorts of other places where rich text is
>entirely unacceptable due to it's complexity and lack of searchability.
>If the only alternative is rich text, I will use MLSF.
Could you explain more why language tagging is needed in these places,
and in particular why it needs to be an attribute of a substring rather
than an attribute of the entire string, which could be passed separately?
International, Text, and Graphics Department
Apple Computer, Inc.
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