From: J Andrew Lipscomb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 12 2006 - 22:05:21 CDT
Le 16 Sivan 66 à 19:43, Ecartis a écrit :
> As the two letters of each pair have the same size, combinations of
> base letters and combining letters above are not appropriate.
> If you had to propose these letters for Unicode, would you
> a.) propose a "stacking joiner",
> b.) or would you collect all pairs and propose them as individual
> character each,
> c.) or would you collect all the letters which occur below and propose
> them as bottom stacking letters, and do the same for top stacking
> d.) or has anybody a better idea?
How about using the Ideographic Description Sequence mechanism?
Seriously, a stacking joiner would certainly be the most flexible
solution, but I'm not sure this isn't in the markup domain anyway.
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