At 04:59 AM 01/05/2000 -0800, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
>About the problem of Russian vs. Serbian italics, that is not different from
>many other national glyph variations that occur for many languages and
>scripts. The general solution is easy and has already been mentioned:
> Serbian should be displayed with Serbian-specific fonts!
Or simply assign code points to the few Serbian letters and call them (for
Serbian [Italic] Cyrillic T". For Non-Italic Fonts, this CodePoint maps to
the same glyph as "Small Cyrillic T". For Italic ones, it will map to the
Serbian Glyph (if in the font) or otherwise the Russian Glyph. There is no
NEED for seperate Serbian Fonts - only Cyrillic Fonts with the needed
Glyphs and Codepoints.
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