From: fantasai (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Nov 07 2004 - 19:50:17 CST
Michael Everson wrote:
> At 17:10 -0800 2004-11-07, Doug Ewell wrote:
>> But didn't someone already point out that with OpenType tables, it would
>> be relatively easy to map "alternate" Phoenician glyphs to the existing
>> Hebrew code points?
> You're not helping, Doug.
> So what? I can map Latin glyphs to Cyrillic code points if I want to
> transliterate. That's transliteration from one script to another.
I think the point was that font-encoding difficulties have no bearing on
the argument, and therefore there's no reason for a font designer to be
biased one way or another.
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