From: Josef W. Segur (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Apr 06 2005 - 20:17:37 CST
On 6 Apr 2005 at 17:33, N. Ganesan wrote:
> If the claim is correct, the glyph for Zero
> need to be changed. That's all.
All of the code charts say in the Fonts section: "The shapes of the
reference glyphs used in these code charts are not prescriptive."
There are two Malayalam fonts at
<URL: http://www.supersoftweb.com/Unicode.htm >,
"ThoolikaTraditionalUnicode" and "ThoolikaUnicode". The first has
the open round o form of the glyph, the second is similar to the
Other scripts have different fonts representing styles used in various
times and places, why should Malayalam be any different?
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