From: Chris Jacobs (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Sep 27 2003 - 20:16:11 EDT
> But if Elaine simply wants to create a font with the desired glyphs,
> then Chris is correct. It is not necessary to assign a Unicode code
> point to every ligature and alternative glyph in a font.
I thought Elaine wanted to create a font because she thought it was needed
for a proposal.
What I meant to say is that if you assign PUA code points to your glyphs in
a proposal, that then, if your proposal is accepted, the PUA code points
will not be used by the Consortium. They will assign different codepoints
for the glyphs.
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