From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 30 2003 - 13:45:06 EST
At 01:20 AM 1/30/2003, Marco Cimarosti wrote:
>However, I totally agree with Kent that this funny rendering is *not* a
>requirement of the Unicode standard, as Keyur Shroff seems to suggest. It is
>just an example of many "several methods [that] are available to deal with"
Perhaps there is some confusion here because the use of the dotted circle
is an explicit recommendation of the MS Indic OpenType spec, which is what
the majority of Indian font developers are now working with. So there may
be some confusion between what is expected in the MS spec and what is
required by Unicode.
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