From: Denis Jacquerye (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Nov 06 2005 - 09:54:40 CST
On 11/5/05, Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > To: email@example.com
> >> To: LINGUIST@listserv.linguistlist.org
> >> SIL announcement on the new IPA symbol for the labiodental flap:
> >> http://www.sil.org/sil/news/2005/labiodental_flap.htm
> SIL shows a glyph that looks like like a tail-less U+01B4; is this U+028B?
> All my fonts shows U+028B much more like a U+03BD, though.
Many fonts do have U+028B very much like U+03BD.
The difference between U+028B and the new U+2C73 is the orientation
of the hook.
U+028B LATIN SMALL LETTER V WITH HOOK = LATIN SMALL LETTER SCRIPT V
U+2C72 LATIN SMALL LETTER V WITH RIGHT HOOK
U+2C72 would look like a tail-less U+01B4 in many fonts but it's
really a v with a right hook, whereas U+028B is a v with a left hook
or a script v.
-- Denis Moyogo Jacquerye
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