Ar 13:23 -0700 1998-10-01, scríobh John Cowan:
>Michael Everson wrote:
>> The only one the Latvians want to see is the one with the turned comma
>> above. The other glyph variants (caron and acute if memory serves) are seen
>> by Latvians as errors.
>> As is the note in the Unicode Standard. And the normative mapping should be
>> to COMBINING COMMA BELOW. Never mind the bloody name.
>Or rather COMBINING TURNED COMMA ABOVE, I presume.
Yes, that for the small g. The COMMA BELOW is used for the capital G.
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