Re: Unicode & Shorthand?

From: James Kass (
Date: Sun Sep 19 2004 - 01:20:10 CDT

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    D. Starner responded to C. Fynn,

    > > Shorthand symbols are of course printed in books on shorthand :-)
    > But as images, not text. There's likely to be arrows, showing the
    > directions, and any changes to glyph form are likely to be errors.
    "The Sign of the Four" by Doyle was published in hardback printed in
    Gregg shorthand.

    Would it be best to digitize this kind of publication using images,
    or as text?

    As stated, though, the PUA appears to be the only place for shorthand
    presently. Shorthands don't seem to be on the Roadmaps, so maybe
    no proposals exist?

    Best regards,

    James Kass

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