Re: Need for Localized Look of Shared Japanese/Chinese Gliphs??

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Tue Jul 14 1998 - 14:45:57 EDT

Ar 10:31 -0700 1998-07-14, scríobh John H. Jenkins:

>Japanese and Chinese think so. (Britons and Americans tend to find one
>another's spellings of their common language bizarre, too.)

Ahem. You mean "speakers of European English" and "speakers of American
English", don't you John? Ireland is <B>not</B> in Britain, though we
number English as one of our national languages. Britons, on the other
hand, may speak Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, Cornish, or Romany. Or indeed
Punjabi, Bengali, etc. etc. etc.


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