Re: Phetsarat font, Lao unicode

From: John Hudson (
Date: Thu Jul 12 2007 - 14:31:01 CDT

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    Philippe Verdy wrote:

    > I don't think that the Arabic tatweel would fit well in Hebrew text, due to
    > the script break and implementation difficulties that such break implies. We
    > can accept using characters that are part of the "Common" script, but mixing
    > Hebrew and Arabic scripts in the same grapheme cluster is a bad idea.

    You've presumably not encountered Karaite documents written in Arabic script with Hebrew

    Note presence of both Hebrew and Arabic marks: the former in red and the latter in green.

    John Hudson

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