> forms for Arabic for now, but then run into problems with other
> languages later if we continue to try to use Unicode as a glyph
> encoding. Actually, could you help me by giving specific examples of
> glyphs that are *not* in Unicode? E.g. compulsory/discretionary
> ligatures, shaped glyphs.
The Yiddish language requires 11 combinations. They are shown
on this page: http://www.uyip.org/combinations.html
Please don't go this route.
Moderator, UYIP (Understanding Yiddish Information Processing)
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