From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 07 2003 - 16:57:53 EDT
Kent Karlsson scripsit:
> 4) Encode the vowel signs as combining characters, after
> the base characters they logical follow. Consider them as
> "double" [width] combining characters, that happen to
> have no "ink" above/below the character they apply to,
> but (like double width combining characters) have ink
> over/under the glyph for the base character that follows.
Cool. But an immediate problem comes to mind: what if there is a
line break between the two base characters?
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