From: Andrew C. West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Dec 16 2002 - 12:54:52 EST
On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 09:30:10 -0800 (PST), email@example.com wrote:
> I think that it is intended to use the eqivalent Tibetian character sequences
> produce the various types of Biruga, rather than MFVSs.
Sound eminently sensible and Unicode-like to use Tibetan symbols for Mongolian
where appropriate. Is the following what you're suggesting ?
1st variant form = U+0F04
3rd variant form = U+0F04, U+0F05
4th variant form = U+0F04, U+0F05, U+0F05
> This does raise an issue
> over the rotated varient but that perhaps could become the standard glyph for
> the character in the Mongolian block.
Is it possible to change the standard glyph for a character once it has been
carved in stone on the Unicode code charts ? And if it were possible, then how
would the horizontal form be represented ? There is no exactly corresponding
form in the Tibetan block.
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