From: Behnam (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 17 2007 - 18:48:49 CDT
Maybe I should have mentioned it that I'm running OS 10.4 on Apple
Macintosh which is a completely different text engine and different
font technology. But if it is a Unicode bug, it shouldn't matter
unless Apple didn't follow the buggy instruction.
Maybe there is also a matter of interpretation of Unicode rules.
On 17-Jul-07, at 7:34 PM, Dean Harding wrote:
>> There may be two or more reasons why you are not seeing the dotted
>> 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.
> As far as I understand, the dotted circle is inserted by the
> rendering engine, itís nothing to do with the font.
> My other guess is that Sinnathurai is running Windows XP and Benham
> is running Windows Vista. Clearly, the "bug" was not in Unicode but
> in the version of Uniscribe included with Windows XP (or at least
> "not implemented" rather than a "bug")
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