RE: New Public Review Issue posted

From: Peter Constable (
Date: Wed May 26 2004 - 15:16:32 CDT

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    > From: []
    On Behalf
    > Of D. Starner

    > Last time I went looking for Modifier Letter Small N,
    > I decided it was encoded as U+207F, SUPERSCRIPT LATIN SMALL
    > LETTER N. If it's not, pretty much every variant of n has
    > been encoded as a modifier letter, except for the basic small
    > letter.

    Whatever the character properties, it is certainly the case that U+207F
    is used in phonetic transcription in analogous contexts to characters in
    the Modifier Letters block.

    Peter Constable
    Globalization Infrastructure and Font Technologies
    Microsoft Windows Division

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