From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Sep 26 2002 - 20:14:47 EDT
William Overington asked:
> While on the topic, how would the following sequence be displayed please?
> U+0074 U+0361 U+0073 ZWJ U+0307
U+0074 U+0361 U+0073 U+0307
The sequence <U+0073, ZWJ, U+0307> could request a ligature of the
s and the dot-above, but since it is unlikely that any type designer
is going to actually ligate the dot into the s and produce a
ligature glyph for it, the sequence is likely to be rendered as
if it were just <U+0073, U+0307>, that is an s with a dot-above.
> I am not suggesting this for bibliographic work, just wondering: for the
> bibliographic work I feel that a new character of a COMBINING DOUBLE
> INVERTED BREVE WITH DOT ABOVE might be a good solution.
Possibly. It is certainly a simple solution.
> William Overington
> 25 September 2002
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