From: Jungshik Shin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 25 2003 - 02:01:02 EDT
On Thu, 24 Apr 2003, Michael Everson wrote:
> Can anyone tell me what Private Use Area characters have *not* been
> used by Adobe, Apple, Microsoft, Linux, or the Government of China?
It seems like a lot of Thai truetype fonts (without GSUB/GPOS tables)
for Windows use U+F700 - U+F717 for presentation forms (with direct
one-to-one mapping from code slots used for the same purpose in
'Windows-874/tis620-2' fonts). However, I don't believe those codepoints
are used in _text/document_ encoding by Windows. Some 'Thainess' might
have been attached to them by some Windows applications (as it turned
out to be the case for PUA codepoints mapped from UDC areas of legacy
CJK encodings), but I guess/hope not. I think opentype fonts for Thai
began to emerge.
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