Re: Fixed Width Spaces (was: Printing and Displaying DependentVowels)

From: D. Starner (
Date: Sat Apr 03 2004 - 16:24:56 EST

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    Peter Kirk <> write:
    > But the good screen reader would still need to distinguish their
    > pronunciations. Is there any type of character which could be defined,
    > in Unicode, to preserve this distinction, but to be completely hidden in
    > display? Perhaps some kind of zero width morpheme break character?
    Okay, so you want to distinguish pronunciations, so you propose a character
    totally insufficient to do the job, and one that will rarely if ever
    get used in practice, so the good screen reader has to solve the problem

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