Re: ISO 15924: Different Arabic scripts?

From: Philippe Verdy (
Date: Sat Nov 19 2005 - 05:58:15 CST

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    From: "Asmus Freytag" <>
    >> There are orthographic differences between German written in Fraktur
    >> (uses e and no umlaut),
    > This is flatly incorrect. I wish you would try to limit your comments to
    > areas for which you actually have expertise. Some Fraktur fonts may use a
    > superscripted 'e', but 'no umlaut' is patently false.

    You are rewording the same thing as me, with the same conclusion. a
    superscript 'e' is still a 'e', not an umlaut.
    In fact if you look at fraktur 'e' it looks very much like the true origin
    of the umlaut differenciation with vocalic 'e' in German: it's about its

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