From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 14 2005 - 21:55:20 CDT
Patrick Andries a écrit :
> John Hudson a écrit :
>> Thai and Indic scripts are different, because selection takes place
>> at the syllable cluster level.
> And do deletions also happen on the whole syllable cluster? This does
> seem to be the case in MS Word 2003 for Tamil (with this syllable கோ)
> or Devanagari (क्षि), where one can delete a single character (even a
> split vowel) but not select it... Somehow, I find this asymmetrical.
> Interestingly enough, Firefox as I type this message and press
> Shift+right arrow to select characters, shows the individual
> Devenagari or Tamil.
Recte : « shows the individual selected Devanagari or Tamil characters
as found in logical order in memory. »
(Sorry. Doing too many things at the same time).
> In this way, one may stop the selection where one wants in the
> syllable... I find this clever, although if I change the selected
> text's colour and unselect the text, the Tamil split vowel no longer
> surrounds its consonant and the Devanagari letters no longer form a
> P. A.
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