From: John Hudson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 01 2003 - 16:23:14 EDT
At 05:35 AM 5/1/2003, Kent Karlsson wrote:
>For Dutch, ÿ (y-diaeresis) can be used instead of ij.
No, the ij may *look* like y-diaeresis in some handwriting styles, and this
may translate into a ligature glyph that resembles y-diaeresis, but the
*character* y-diaeresis cannot be used to represent the sequence ij in the
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As for the technique of trimming the nib,
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