From: Laurentiu Iancu (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 10 2003 - 15:48:48 EDT
which explains how ligatures can be turned off on a language-dependent basis.
Peter Kirk asked:
> In Turkish and Azeri the sequences f - i and f - dotless i both occur,
> and are fairly frequent. So it is inappropriate in these languages to
> use fi ligatures in which the dot on the i is lost or invisible, at
> least where the second character is a dotted i. Has any thought been
> given to this issue? Is it possible to block such ligation on a
> language-dependent basis?
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