From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 21 2005 - 08:13:39 CST
Patrick Andries a écrit :
> I'm wondering if someone could help me with questions surrounding some
> new Unicode 4.1 symbols related to Latin and Greek metrical.
> 1) Does anybody know of a combining mark that would be a reversed
> triseme (viz. reversed U+1D242) ? (see
> <http://hapax.qc.ca/pauses-temps.jpg> &
> <http://hapax.qc.ca/longueurs-métriques.jpg>). Unless this is a glyph
> variant of the encoded triseme; I don't know if this is the case.
Apparently, there seems to be a distinction between a triseme and a
reversed triseme (actually both are trisemes).
A triseme made up of a ¯ ˘ (long then short) would be shown as _| ; one
made up of a ˘ ¯ (short then long) is apparently shown as |_.
Does anybody know more of such a potential distinction ?
> 2) Is there any problem about using a U+2227 ∧ (logical and) as base
> for the pause signs ? Same size ? Same typographical behaviour (see
> baseline alignment of Sm symbols,
> 3) Is there an encoded sign for the first part of the cyclic Dactyl
> (a long and short joined), see
> <http://hapax.qc.ca/longueurs-métriques.jpg> ? See U+23D6 two shorts
> [breves ?] joined.
> 4) Does anybody know of some works using the dubious length
> characters in <http://hapax.qc.ca/douteux.jpg> whose diacritic looks
> like ¯u¯ (joined macron breve macron) ?
> Many thanks for any leads,
> P. A.
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