Ar 07:34 -0800 2000-10-12, scríobh Otto Stolz:
>> John's sample looks lots bigger than the itty bitty SQUARE LOZENGE
>> in the standard.
>Thus sayeth the Scripture:
> Character images shown in the code charts are not prescriptive.
> In actual fonts, considerable variations are to be expected.
>(chapter 14, verse 0)
Well, yes, but for technical symbols size often matters. Consider the three
circled bullets used by the Japanese (though those are punctuation marks).
I note that the size of the SQUARE LOZENGE in Unicode 1.0 is considerably
bigger and more recognizable than it is in Unicode 3.0.
I suppose the question is, what is the SQUARE LOZENGE for and why is it in
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