Sinnathurai Srivas <avarangal at hotmail dot com> wrote:
> see the above for a sample of typical modern Tamil designed for mobile
> texting without rendering support.
"Rendering" is the process of mapping character codes to displayable
glyphs on a screen or printer. Rendering support is always required,
even for English. You probably mean "without complex rendering
support," e.g. contextual glyph forms and glyph reordering.
> Text messaging in Tamil on Mobile phones. Would they only work with my
> proposed reformed Tamil characters?
Unicode is not the place to propose reforms in scripts or orthography.
Your proposed characters must first achieve popular usage before they
will be encoded.
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