Re: Rare extinct latin letters

From: Peter_Constable@sil.org
Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 09:11:31 EDT

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    Patrick Andries on 05/29/2003 06:15:10 PM:

    > Could letters like l molle
    (http://pages.infinit.net/hapax/abcmeigret.jpg
    > ) or long-tailed A (between O and P in Baf's alphabet http://pages.
    > infinit.net/hapax/abcbaif.jpg), letters which I believe cannot be
    > composed from other existing Unicode characters, be considered for
    > Unicode encoding

    If there is a user need, then probably yes.

    - Peter

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