From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Thu Jun 02 2005 - 03:49:16 CDT
On Wednesday, June 1st, 2005 17:00Z James Kass wrote:
> Antoine Leca wrote,
>> Unless of course you aggregate all the scripts of India into an
>> unique "Indian script." [...present font] is unable to correctly
>> join e.g. U+0915 with U+09BE; and I never actually see the second.
> Is Devanagari Letter KA supposed to join with a Bengali vowel sign?
Nothing in the Unicode model would prevent such a thing (as well as a long
list of "illogical strings".)
Then, /if/ you agglomerate all the Indian scripts together, there is no
excuse for a rendering engine to escape this.
Of course, I cannot defend the "/if/" above, so that is pure conjecture, and
I do not ask James or Paul (for Uniscribe) to put some of their spare
resources to fix this ;-).
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