From: Jungshik Shin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 20 2003 - 06:05:26 EDT
On Fri, 18 Apr 2003, Martin Heijdra wrote:
> I am mapping a series of archaic Hangul syllables to the Hangul Jamo. Now,
> Character 119E, Hangul Jungseong area ==> arae-a
> can occur both to the right and to the bottom of initials, say, 1100 Hangul
> choseong kiyeok, and
Could you send me a sample image or put it up somewhere?
Hangul vowel Arae-A (U+119E) is supposed to go *below*
leading consonants according to 'HunMinJeongEum
EonHae' (see http://jshin.net/i18n/korean/hunmin.html or
http://jshin.net/i18n/korean/hunmin.pdf. see the the fifth bullet point
in section 3 in PDF.)
I may have seen it go to the right in some old documents, but I'm not sure.
> the original encoding distinguishes between the two.
> How can I maintain that distinction?
variation selector?? U+119E is not listed in
so that it's not conformant to use it for U+119E...
The tables here exhaustively lists the valid, registered combinations of
base character plus variation indicator. All combinations not listed in
StandardizedVariants.txt are unspecified and are reserved for future
standardization; no conformant process may interpret them as
standardized variants. Variation selectors and their use are described
in The Unicode Standard
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