Re: Public Review Issues Updated

From: Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin (
Date: Thu Apr 29 2004 - 17:47:18 CST

On 2004.04.29, 09:27, D. Starner <> wrote:

> In the Bureau of American Ethnology reports, early Americanist
> characters are used, and they are used with casing, including the C
> with stroke. <...> you can clearly see the use of the small letter c
> with slash (circled in blue) and the large letter c with slash
> (circled in red). Hence, for proper casing, the cent sign and c with
> slash can't be unified.

Aren't these just U+20D2 U+0043 and U+20D2 U+0063 ...? I'm supposing
that U+20D2 can be made "intelligent" enough by the rendering engine
to adapt to the height of the base letter, just like, say, U+0300 is.

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