On Wed, 19 Jan 2000, Edward Cherlin wrote:
> Can we please leave something to be done in higher-level markup? :-)
Nice comment, but you don't think UTC needs new characters? ;)
> I can get "right-reading" and "wrong-reading" printing via a printer
> driver, for whole texts, and via embedded graphics for fragments and
> short passages such as the original
> <Font=Times-Mirror>ykcowrebbaJ</Font>. I haven't seen the need for a
> page makeup program to mark objects for reversed rendering, but I
> don't mind if anyone implements it.
I need something like
<font face="Times" style="text-mirror:on">Jabberwocky</font> to do that
thing. Just like rendering RTL scripts. And that's in many cases related
to Unicode bidi. That's the reason I proposed the mirroring modifier.
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