From: David Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 29 2003 - 13:50:14 EDT
On Tue, Apr 29, 2003 at 07:39:22PM +0200, Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> BTW, you could NOT encode that with the precomposed "ĳ" (U+0133 <ij
> ligature>), because two accents applied to a single base character would
> display on top of each other.
Sure you could; just use U+030B, the combinding double acute accent. Or,
alternately, your implementation could accept that the glyph form of ĳ
with an acute accent has two acute accents, sort of like the combining
circumflex turns into an apostrophe over some characters.
-- David Starner - firstname.lastname@example.org Ic sæt me on anum leahtrice, ða com heo and bát me!
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