From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 11 2004 - 12:51:10 CDT
Peter Constable wrote,
> Don't forget canonical equivalence (I forgot about this as well): the
> double-width diacritics have a combining class of 234 rather than 230.
> This means that 0251 0361 0302 028A is canonically equivalent to 0251
> 0302 0361 028A. Therefore, the first (for better or worse) should appear
> just the way Doulos SIL renders it.
and later wrote,
> That rule applies to combining marks in the *same* canonical combining
> class. In this case, they are in different classes.
Sure enough! Thanks. I didn't even think to check the combining class,
both were marks above.
Doesn't this mean that it isn't possible to stack a combining circumflex
above a combining spanning inverted breve? Does this mean we'd need
double-wide clones of all the combining marks in order to support such
(Well, at least I can give up on trying to make it display right here.)
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