From: James Kass (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 03 2004 - 19:24:24 CST
Christopher Fynn wrote,
> Large "Pan-Unicode" fonts like "Arial Unicode MS" usually do not contain
> proper OpenType tables and ligatures for *all* the scripts the font
> covers. For example "Arial Unicode MS" and "Code 2000" contain glyphs
> for Tibetan script but they *do not* contain the OpenType GSUB and GPOS
> lookups necessary to display Tibetan correctly.
Code2000 does not contain Tibetan glyphs. But, Code2000 *is*
an OpenType font and has *many* OpenType tables in it which
help to support several of the complex scripts which the font
does cover -- like Tamil, Bengali, and Devanagari.
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