From: Michael Everson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 22 2005 - 16:02:29 CDT
At 20:25 +0400 2005-08-22, Alexej Kryukov wrote:
>Here I mean so-called letter-titlos, i. e. superscript letters
>written above the word they belong to. These characters are quite
>similar to Latin superscript letters in the combining marks block
>(0363--036f), but some of them are usually combined with titlo
>(hence the name), which, however, has a different shape in this
>case. Church Slavonic has quite strict rules which require specific
>words to be written with letter-titlos rather than with
>regular inline letters.
Ah, my mistake. I misunderstood you. I would tend to agree with you
that there is a case for encoding these characters; I do know the
case you refer to, and it is analogous to Latin medievalist combining
> > I have written to the site and told them that they may point to
> > http://www.evertype.com/standards/iso10646/pdf/n2xxx-cyrillic.pdf if
> > they wish.
>Well, I think the site owner will be happy to know that the ideas
>represented in this document are not completely abandoned.
Work on this has been a question of scheduling resources, as I said.
-- Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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