From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Sep 13 2004 - 10:45:55 CDT
Philippe Verdy <verdy underscore p at wanadoo dot fr> wrote:
>> I also found an acute on diphtongs, placed on the boundary of both
>> letters (au, ei, eu, oe, and ui).
> Wouldn't such diacritic be hold by the currently proposed invisible
> base character (in the Public Review section of the Unicode website),
> by encoding for example:
> a,INVISIBLE LETTER,combining acute,u
> If you think there's a grapheme cluster here, I suggest using ZWJ to
> attach the three default grapheme clusters:
> a,ZWJ,INVISIBLE LETTER,combining acute,ZWJ,u
> to create a kerning ligature between the two vowels.
I thought one of the unstated, beneficial side effects of INVISIBLE
LETTER was that it might reduce the need for non-intuitive ZWJ and ZWNJ
sequences. I may be wrong, though; I haven't followed the INVISIBLE
LETTER debate very closely.
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