Re: Defined Private Use was: SSP default ignorable characters

From: John Jenkins (
Date: Thu Apr 29 2004 - 13:49:39 EDT

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    On Apr 29, 2004, at 10:01 AM, John Hudson wrote:

    > Question: what happens if the glyph properties in the 'prop' table
    > contradict the Unicode character properties for the character to which
    > the glyph is mapped? Does the rendering engine ignore the 'prop'
    > table, or does the 'prop' table override the Unicode character
    > properties? Or are some 'prop' table entries specifically limited to
    > PUA-mapped or unencoded glyphs?

    The intention is that they should override, so that you could, for
    example, create a Latin font for transliterating Hebrew which would run

    John H. Jenkins

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