CF>Someone argued that there is little support for OT and AAT
features in real applications. This may be true, but I feel it
would be much more worthwhile for those making this proposal to
expend effort pressuring systems and application developers to
include such support than it is to ask for these additional
"characters" in Unicode. This "solution" looks like a kludge to
me and I feel it's acceptance would almost inevitably result in
numerous similar proposals for all the other scripts which have
language specific glyph forms.
I couldn't agree more.
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