From: Michael Everson (
Date: Mon Jan 05 2004 - 10:39:48 EST

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    At 07:27 -0800 2004-01-05, Peter Kirk wrote:

    >If we are talking about U+0184/0185 (an inexact character name is
    >not much help), yes, that is a sensible match, but in that case we
    >need a note cf. for 01A3 that these are for Pan-Turkic Latin
    >alphabets, and not just for Zhuang tones as the existing note

    I know.

    >Also, the reference glyphs seem to have an attachment on their left
    >sides, more than a normal serif, which is confusing and makes them
    >look as much like a Cyrillic hard sign as a soft sign. A soft sign
    >should have symmetrical serifs, or no serif at all.

    I know. It will help if we can show a Zhuang text without the weird
    serifs; I've had my eye out for a while.

    Michael Everson * * Everson Typography *  *

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