Re: ZWJ, ZWNJ and VS in Latin and other Greek-derived scripts

Date: Fri Jan 26 2007 - 00:44:02 CST

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    We have a long way to go, not only 100 year old German books, but a
    air number of modern languages (especially non national languages) are
    dependent on whether or not the can be typed using other already
    encoded languages.


    Quoting Asmus Freytag <>:

    > On 1/25/2007 7:22 PM, John Hudson wrote:
    >> Asmus Freytag wrote:

    > The situation is by no means unique to Fraktur or the Latin script, but
    > I like to remind people that with all our advances we are still unable
    > to simply reprint common books the way they were on the bookshelves
    > less than one hundred years ago - even for a comparatively
    > well-understood and widely used language such as German.
    > A./
    >> John Hudson

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