From: Doug Ewell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2004 - 11:31:04 EST
Carl W. Brown <cbrown at xnetinc dot com> wrote:
> Language that do not have the dotless I have different casing rules.
> To implement dotless I support for Irish we would have to change
Only to the extent of adding a note that the casing rules for Turkish,
where I and ı are a case pair, applied to Irish as well.
But that isn't the case, and that isn't what Marion was talking about.
The lower case form of
U+0049 I is U+0069 i, in Irish as well as in most other Latin-script
The solution to Marion's problem is to increase awareness of the
"proper" glyph design for lower-case i's in uncial fonts (and while
we're at it, maybe we can get people to fix those horrible lower-case
k's in non-native Fraktur fonts). It has nothing to do with character
encoding, Unicode or otherwise.
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