From: Peter Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Mar 05 2005 - 06:54:46 CST
On 05/03/2005 01:49, UList@dfa-mail.com wrote:
>There are two, similar, ligatures used in Ancient Greek educational/reference materials.
>I believe the best -- and shockingly also correct -- way to deal with these
>ligatures is by placing a CGJ between the first letter and the slash, and
>another CGJ between the slash and the second letter. A smart font swaps in a
>Will this work technically?
>Is this in accordance with the officially-defined use of CGJ?
No. The correct character to use to promote a ligature in such cases is
not CGJ but ZWJ. See the clear discussion of this in the Unicode
standard. A smart font should be able to deal with this.
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