on 1/12/00 9:21 AM, Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com at Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com
> John Jenkins wrote:
>> Etruscan will probably be encoded as LTR letters.
> Why isn't Etruscan simply bidi-neutral? Why *all* scripts so far have strong
I'm probably not the best one to respond, as I am not solidly in agreement
with the decision. It's basically so that Unicode implementations that
don't do bidi could still do Etruscan after a fashion, I believe.
Frankly, since the decision isn't locked in yet, you might still get the UTC
to change its mind.
John H. Jenkins
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