John Hudson <tiro at tiro dot com> wrote:
> Well, this is one of the areas in which there is a difference of
> opinion. One school of thought says 'ZWJ means ligate this sequence,
> if possible, in all cirucmstances because that is what the author of
> the document has specified'. The other school of thought says 'ZWJ
> means ligate this sequence, if possible, but then treat the ligature
> like any other and feel free to break it if other layout
> circumstances, e.g. letterspacing, would typically break a ligature'.
Hmm. That is a very interesting point. I hadn't thought of that.
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