From: D. Starner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 10 2004 - 13:35:14 CDT
Philipp Reichmuth <email@example.com> writes:
> Jon Hanna schrieb:
> > The W3C Character Model does not, or will not since it's not yet a
> > Recommendation, allow text nodes or attribute values to begin with defective
> > combining character sequences.
> What am I supposed do when I need a black a with a red macron? Or for a
> less obscure example, an Arabic text with the letters correctly ligated,
> in black, and the vowel marks in another colour, such as in practically
> *any* printed edition of the Koran?
Use PDF files, or images. The W3C Character Model is not the end all and be
all of Unicode text processing, but there's a certain limit to what HTML will
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