>Will the http://www.unicode.org/afii/ develop a
>glyph code for Unicode text renderers as suggested by
AFII has registration authority for glyph registration under
ISO 10036. The registration process is open to anyone. However,
a fee will be charged to recover the cost of registration.
All pages under www.stonehand.com/unicode are out of date. The character
glyph model document posted there is an early committee draft - the link
to its author is broken, for example. Please do not reference it.
The final version of the CG TR is/will be available from DIN, ANSI or your
local standards organization.
>Or is Adobe's CID encoding intended to grow up to this task?
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