From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Mar 11 2007 - 12:01:25 CST
-On [20070311 18:08], firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) wrote:
>in unicode terms whether the square is on the left or the right is a
>matter for the fontmaker to decide for the character U+9AA8, or for
>any of the 304 other characters in unicode that have U+9AA8 as part of
I take it you mean that the type design is totally up to the designer I
It does make sense if in this case they both refer to the same character,
because if they do not then there's a need to disambiguate into separate code
points for all I know. And that's what I am in essence trying to find out.
That I am in fact working with the right characters and yes then you
automatically come to how a certain glyph is given form, especially if you
also have to provide a means to look them up by radical(s). And then any
unexplained inconsistency by the Unicode reference glyphs causes eyebrows to
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