Re: Defined Private Use was: SSP default ignorable characters

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Tue Apr 27 2004 - 11:45:07 EDT

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    Ernest Cline <ernestcline at mindspring dot com> wrote:

    > Others, such as Line Break, Bidi Class, and Casing are important,
    > are used by existing software, and unlike Cursive Joining cannot
    > simply be handled at present by putting out a Private Use font which
    > is the current way that Private Use characters can be most easily
    > and portably implemented. It is for support of these properties,
    > that having a more precisely defined set of Private Use characters
    > would be of use.

    I'll do the Unicode Character Properties for everything in ConScript if
    others will agree to specify the properties for their own private-use

    (Michael, John... I might need a little help with Tengwar.)

    -Doug Ewell
     Fullerton, California

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