From: Dean Snyder (email@example.com)
Date: Tue May 04 2004 - 17:03:38 CDT
Michael Everson wrote at 8:19 AM on Monday, May 3, 2004:
>Phoenician script, on the other hand, is so
>different that its use renders a ritual scroll
I'm just guessing that the same thing would be true for modern cursive
Regardless, since when is the ritual uncleanness of fonts a trigger for
encoding? Just do a "Select All" and change the font!
>Either way, pointed and cantillated text
>displayed in a Phoenician font is a JOKE at best.
>And not a very good one.
The same could be said for accented archaic Greek - do you want to encode
archaic Greek separately?
Dean A. Snyder
Assistant Research Scholar
Manager, Digital Hammurabi Project
Computer Science Department
Whiting School of Engineering
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Johns Hopkins University
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