William Overington wrote:
> >The problem (if there is one!) is only for font technology.
> >> Ethiopian writing: [...] "The capability to the same electronically
> >> would be well received. /Daniel."
> >Same for this one: Unicode's task was to provide a code point for the
> >Ethiopic full stop, and they did. Whether the corresponding glyph is
> >or not is problem for fonts and word processors.
> Well, may I please suggest that the issue is one for Unicode
> as well as for font technology?
Of course you can. But my feeling is that you already *did* suggest this,
many and many times.
I interpret your post as one more lengthy repetition of your well-known
opinion: differences between "plain text" and "rich text" should not exist:
they should be eliminated by incorporating the mark-up in the encoding.
I think that it is your right to repeat your opinions as many times as you
want. Nevertheless, I find that repeating opinions which are already
well-known to everybody is *useless* and *boring*.
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