Date: Thu Apr 10 2003 - 11:23:21 EDT
There were recently threads concerning the display of variant glyphs.
Here's an interesting approach...
What does this all mean? Not much to the typical user, who is unlikely to
use letters from alphabets such as Ancient Celtic Ogham or Mongolian (where
I have placed these special characters).
This is from the "Aboriginal Serif Unicode" font developer's web site, which
is offered as a "Unicode" font to cover U.C.A.S..
The main page for the fonts section is:
Here is a page which offers some examples of syllabics for a few languages
using this approach.
Hmmm, it seems that in order to display this page as its author intended,
one would have to install the font...
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