From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 06 2004 - 21:16:12 CDT
Jony Rosenne wrote:
>Cursive Hebrew, Rashi and Square Hebrew are only font variations and should
>not be separately encoded.
Definitely. If you tried my "experiment" with examples from these or
other Hebrew fonts, people would have no trouble reading them. Even
Rashi script with non-Rashi-educated Hebrew-speakers; maybe they'd have
some trouble, but they'd be able to make out some/most letters (Rashi
script is probably a lot easier for a Square-Hebrew reader than
Sütterlin is for a Times-Roman reader).
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