In message <9809020841.AA04141@unicode.org>
Michael Everson <email@example.com> wrote:
> The only glyph you should use (in a general purpose font, not in a display
> font or something) for U+015E is an S with a cedilla attached to it. You
> should ignore "Scommaaccent" as spurious. You should use U+015E for Turkish
> and Azeri, and any of the other Turkic languages writing .
> The glyph you should use (in a general purpose font, not in a display font
> or something) for U+0218 is an S with a comma floating below it. You should
> use U+0218 for Romanian.
Thanks a lot for your information, Michael. What a mess...
Would it be sensible then to set up my mapping tables so that ISO 8859-2:1987
character "10/10 CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA" maps to U+0218 rather than
U+015E? I understand that ISO are revising the 8859 series to tie in with
10646 - is this being discussed?
Is there anyone from Adobe here who would care to look into the apparent
errors in the AGL?
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