Michael Everson wrote:
> I have no idea how I should encode such a font. Help?
According to a suitable legacy encoding, such as JIS X 0208,
Shift-JIS, or MacJapanese. What you will have is a font which
provides glyphs for only a few coded characters, but no matter.
It's just like an 8859-1 encoded font with glyphs only for
A-Z and a-z, which is common enough.
You could also support the katakana fingerspellings only in an
8-bit font encoded using JIS X 0201. Mapping tables for all
of these are available at http://www.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS
under EASTASIA/JIS and VENDORS/APPLE.
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