Date: Tue Jan 31 2006 - 15:55:04 CST
"Philippe Verdy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 01/31/2006 03:46:29 PM:
> What Kent says is that the software limits the codepoints that can be
> from a recognized or learnt glyph pattern.
> So he's looking for a software that can be used to learn customized
> of glyphs needed for some language/script pair, and then associate the
> codepoints tothem more freely, without having to generate hacked
> transliterations, and later use a conversion process to generate the
> codepoints needed to match in linguistic dictionaries, or without having
> transliterate those dictionnaries into a hacked script (something really
> easy to do with the Office2003 spell checker).
You have precisely described our process. Thank you for the clarification.
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