From: Sinnathurai Srivas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 17 2007 - 18:07:31 CDT
உந்தி முதலா முந்துவளி தோன்றித்
தலையினும் மிடற்றினும் நெஞ்சினும் நிலைிப்
There may be two or more reasons why you are not seeing the dotted circle.
1/ The font you use may have illegally omitted to include dotted circle within the font
2/ The rendering engine you use may not support Unicode requirements on dotted circle
3/ Their may be other reasons.
Also I think that the data you received would still have code for dotted circle included within it, even though you are not able to see it.
ie, It is not only a visible effect, but dotted circle is part of (archived) data.
----- Original Message -----
To: Sinnathurai Srivas
Cc: Michael Maxwell ; Kent Karlsson ; Asmus Freytag ; Unicode List
Sent: 17 July 2007 23:30
Subject: Re: Generic base characters
I'm not quite sure I'm getting it.
On 17-Jul-07, at 6:02 PM, Sinnathurai Srivas wrote:
Dotted circle does not indicate one has made an error, but it indicates that this is a Unicode bug due to�design errors.
3.1.1 line2 at http://www.araichchi.net/tol/tol-ezuththaihaaram.htm
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