From: Andrew West (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 24 2007 - 17:58:21 CDT
On 24/10/2007, Philippe Verdy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Andrew West wrote:
> > Nearly all. If you remember a couple of years back Hong Kong wanted
> > precomposed letters added for E/e-circumflex plus macron/caron, which
> > are pinyin alternatives for ēi and ěi, but that was a non-starter, so
> > even for something as simple as pinyin you would need to support
> > combining characters (<00CA 0304>, <00CA 030C>, <00EA 0304> and <00EA
> > 030C>).
> Hmmm... Some confusion here: a "macron" <U+0304> (horizontal stroke above)
> is NOT a caron <U+30C>, and your ***turned down**** "circumflex" is in fact
> IS the "caron" <U+30C>... The normal "circumflex" is another one <U+0302>
> and it occurs in many precomposed letters.
欸 (ê̌) ?
[U+6B38 (U+00EA U+030C ) ?]
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