From: Deborah Goldsmith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 14 2004 - 13:50:33 EST
On Jan 13, 2004, at 7:10 PM, Philippe Verdy wrote:
>> For Panther:
>> "user part of PUA" == everything not in the corporate part of the PUA
>> "corporate part of PUA" == the set of corporate PUA characters that
>> Apple defines on Mac OS
> Which is?
> So I wonder how Panther can do want you said:
>> FYI, Panther was changed to not do font substitution in the user part
>> of the PUA (it still does it in the corporate part).
> without using some arbitrary limit in the middle of the PUA range of
> BMP, by assuming that Apple has not assigned (will not assign)
> characters in these PUA code points.
Because the assignments in the corporate area only change when we
release a new version of Mac OS, not in between. The set of corporate
characters is fixed for Panther.
Manager, Fonts / Unicode liaison
Apple Computer, Inc.
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