From: Asmus Freytag (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jul 15 2007 - 15:45:02 CDT
On 7/15/2007 1:18 AM, Sinnathurai Srivas wrote:
> The principle behind dotted circle is very problem some.
> One does not always need a base character when writing.
> I know in Tamil longer than long vowels and longer than long dipthongs
> are reality and it is part of Grammar.
Can you give an example (use character names or codes, so it comes
through, and clear descriptions of the rendered result)
> But Unicode defines it differently.
Can you give an example where what you think is required is in conflict
with the Unicode specification?
> So it is not a problem with Microsoft, but a problem with Unicode
> definition. I think we need to find a way to either remove the
> ristrictions placed by dotted circle or find other technical solution
> for this problem
> Words line
> Auai, varuuum etc are in use.
> Is this proposition to remove dotted circle possible?
I think, so far nobody understands what you are trying to say.
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