From: Aiet Kolkhi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jul 25 2007 - 07:28:52 CDT
On 7/25/07, Philippe Verdy wrote:
> 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).
Yes, this must be one of the reasons.
> 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.
Definitely. And since Georgian is very simple script to support, it
would be nice if all popular operating systems came with at least one
Georgian typeface and keyboard layout :)
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