>Nevertheless, can you explain the reasons why you need some area in
>the CUS? For backward compatibility?
Basically. Apple has been saddled -- largely by overzealous Far Eastern
font vendors -- with a lot of cruft in our WorldScript character sets. We
don't believe they should be in Unicode, but to provide round-trip
compatibility (and so that Unicode can be used as a hub when we're
converting between various Mac-specific character sets), we have to have
them somewhere. So we stick them in the CUS.
>Adobe and MS probably have the
>Most likely, Unicode level 2 isn't implemented yet...
I'm sorry, you lost me here. What do you mean by Unicode level 2?
John H. Jenkins
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