From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 11:12:08 CDT
> The "inside-out" rule is explained and illustrated on page 125 (TUS 4.0).
> An "a" followed by combining umlaut followed by combining macron
> is not the same as "a" plus combining macron plus combining umlaut.
Hmmm. Further on the inside-out rule. Note the following pairs, which
are supposed to be in UTF-8:
The first "a" with combiners isn't displaying correctly here, it should
have the diaeresis above the macron, just like the first "u". I attach
a GIF showing the display using Doulos SIL/BabelPad.
But, this isn't a font problem as this repros with at least one other
font. Therefore, I think it's a bug in the rendering engine. It looks
like the rendering engine is doing an unwanted reordering for the
first "a" sequence.
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