From: Andrew C. West (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 02 2004 - 04:50:24 EST
On Mon, 01 Mar 2004 20:02:45 -0800, "D. Starner" wrote:
> Most importantly, you don't need
> to wander all over the PUA - with modern typesetting systems and good fonts,
> you just place a ct there and the software automatically ligatures it for you.
> You can use a ZWJ to ask for a ligature and ZWNJ to make sure there isn't one.
If you're using Windows, with the latest versions of Uniscribe and Code2000,
typing <c, ZWJ, t> into Notepad will produce a very pleasing ct ligature
(likewise for st, ff, fl and fi ligatures). As several people have stated, there
is no need to either encode the ct ligature or resort to the PUA. (PUA Bad !
Smart fonts and rendering systems Good !)
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