From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2004 - 10:10:29 EST
Marion Gunn <mgunn at egt dot ie> wrote:
> Irish in Roman script is written i with dot above, Irish in
> traditional script is written i without dot above. The current
> flooding of our local advertising and publishing markets by various
> non-native uncial fonts to write our language goes against tradition
> in imposing on us that unwanted dot. Is there any way at all that
> using Unicode can help support our tradition?
Nope. Not unless it wants to stop being a character encoding standard
and become a glyph registry instead.
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