From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 15 2004 - 10:43:47 EST
Mark E. Shoulson <mark at kli dot org> wrote:
> I had a problem with this too, for a while (previous discussion on
> this list helped clear it up). Klingon letters had been placed in the
> PUA by the CSUR (ConsScript Unicode Registry, an unofficial allocation
> of PUA space to constructed alphabets), based on the PUA assignment of
> the Linux kernel, and a few of the letters overlapped some Adobe or
> Apple assignments, so documents would come out with r's and such all
> over it instead of letters. Assigning the font explicitly helped.
I'm hoping that future ConScript assignments to the BMP PUA continue to
start at the low end and work their way up, as almost all do already,
instead of starting from the top like Klingon and Aiha. I do understand
the assignment of Klingon from U+F8D0 to U+F8FF was for compatibility
with an existing Linux mapping.
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