Shigeki Moro wrote:
> My colleague and I are now writing a report in Japanese concerned with
> the Devanagari inputting method working on W2K. Any comments will be
> appreciated for us.
So tell us, if you will:
Is there, after all, a "traditional Japanese way of typesetting Devanagari"?
The Unicode Consortium is on record (see
http://www.unicode.org/unicode/reports/tr11, which is officially part of
Unicode 3.0) as saying there is not.
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