From: John H. Jenkins (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 16 2003 - 10:36:49 EST
On Wednesday, January 15, 2003, at 01:35 PM, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> Handwritten forms and arbitrary manuscript abbreviations
> should not be encoded as characters. The text should just
> be represented as "m" + "m". Then, if you wish to *render*
> such text in a font which mimics this style of handwriting
> and uses such abbreviations, then you would need the font
> to ligate "mm" sequences into a *glyph* showing an "m" with
> an overbar.
Remembering, of course, to use ZWNJ to mark places where this ligature
may not be used.
John H. Jenkins
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