From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 19 2004 - 13:43:49 CDT
Christopher Fynn writes:
> One trouble is that OpenType shaping engines apply shaping features in a
> script specific manner.
Then OpenType is broken in this respect. Unicode constantly tells people
that they will have to use better technology instead of Unicode adding
> If someone wants to make an OpenType font for a complex shorthand script
> then he must have a user community in mind since this is not a trivial
Because someone wants to make a font doesn't mean they will. And because
someone does make a font, doesn't mean there's a user community for it;
the world is littered with 'better' mousetraps that no one wanted.
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