From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jul 25 2007 - 07:01:58 CDT
Aiet Kolkhi [mailto:email@example.com] wrote:
> Currently no Georgian language norm recognizes the existence of the style.
> Regarding the typefaces, unfortunately there is not a single Georgian
> Unicode-encoded typeface placing Mtavruli style characters in 0D0-10FF
> range. They all incorrectly place the Mtavruli style characters in
> 10A0-10C5 range.
> I do not think anyone has supported the idea of placing the characters
> there, but this is how Georgian vendors seem to work.
Without any doubt, those fonts are tweaking the Unicode standard in a
non-compliant way (but it was probably compliant before the Georgian script
was reanalyzed and split into two separate scripts).
So contact those font vendors so that they update their bogous fonts.
And anyway, it would be good if some large font vendor supported this
feature of the Georgian script.
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