On the issue of color [sorry] as a distinctive feature of graphemes.... I
thought there was an Ethiopic example, a punctuation character which required
both black and red pieces, that settled this question. (I can't get at
reference sources to look this up right now though.)
And Maya hieroglyphs would be another example of color as a distinctive feature
of graphemes, to say nothing of some other wilder and crazier "writing systems."
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