From: Kenneth Whistler (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 11 2003 - 15:45:44 EST
We've asked. But you need to understand that publishers
have their own rules and constraints. Paper is bought in
huge quantities by publishers, and special purpose papers
(such as lightweight, thin, high-opacity papers used in
dictionaries) are expensive and carefully planned for.
As important as we all think the Unicode Standard is, its
press run is still rather small compared to those for
Bibles and dictionaries!
> Hope they can reduce the weight next time by change the type of the
> paper. My Bible is about 500 pages (about 1500+ pages) more than the
> unicode 3.0 standard but only 50% of it's thick. Same as my
> Chinese/English dictionary.
> Otto Stolz wrote:
> > Apparently a weighty publication, that forthcoming Unicode standard...
> > Cheers,
> > Otto Stolz
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