Would it convince the Yiddish lobby that they do not need their precomposed
At 08:25 22/10/99 -0700, John Jenkins wrote:
>On Thursday, October 21, 1999 8:49:47 PM, G. Adam Stanislav wrote:
>> Although, quite frankly, after receiving such a negative response to my
>> proposal (back when I made it here), I figured it would make no sense to
>> turn it into a formal proposal. Perhaps I should have...
>Alternatively, Adam, if you could be shown a working Unicode-based system in
>which a Slovak keyboard allows for the entry of "ch" with a single
>keystroke, in which cursoring and backspacing over "ch" happen correctly,
>and in which "ch" sorts correctly, would that satisfy you that the existing
>Unicode adequately meets the (legitimate) desires of Slovaks?
>John H. Jenkins
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