From: James Kass (email@example.com)
Date: Sun May 01 2005 - 12:56:59 CDT
All you need in order to be able to print Cyrillic with combining
diacritics (as needed for text books etc.) is a good OpenType font
covering Cyrillic, including the combining diacritics, and having
OpenType glyph positioning tables. And, a system plus applications
which support such OpenType rendering.
Here's a page listing several fonts, several of which should have
the necessary OpenType tables. The Doulos SIL font may be one
of the best choices here.
Attached is a small graphic showing some Russian Unicode text with
combining diacritics displayed with Doulos SIL. The system is
Windows XP with an up-to-date "Uniscribe" and the application
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