Ar 09:06 -0800 2000-11-22, scríobh Keld Jørn Simonsen:
>Greek uppercasing is also quite special, as some accents are lost.
>This is the case for normal casing, but not for title-casing.
>I have a specification from the Greeek standardization body, ELOT,
That's the modern habit, but of course in earlier Greek printing accents
were often placed on capital letters. But they weren't precomposed letters:
the letters were set on one line, and a separate line with the accents was
set tight over it.
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