From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Mon Sep 12 2005 - 03:39:21 CDT
On Monday, September 12th, 2005 04:58Z Chris Harvey wrote:
> To revisit Carrier. They have underlined s z ts dz. Ẕ has a
> precomposed character (U+1E94) which is equivaltent to Z plus U+0331
> (COMBINING MACRON BELOW). S̱ does not have a precomposed character,
> so one would use S plus U+0331 to be consistant with ẕ. It would be
> unfortunate to encode the underlined TS and DZ with U+0332.
Certainly. However, what about <U+0074 U+035F U+0073> resp. <U+0064 U+035F
I *know* t͟s and d͟z will look wrong with about every rendering systems
(engine+font) out there nowadays, yet I believe the spririt of the U+035F
codepoint is to support this use.
Am I missing something? (quite possible, since I only skimmed the thread)
> Shoshoni however, seems to require the COMBINING LOW LINE as there
> can be up to four letters with one long underline.
Now the above "solution" will not work (neither will it for three characters
in a row).
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