From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 19 2007 - 23:03:58 CST
Eric Muller wrote:
>> Question: what is the practice (if any) when embedding a short
>> fragment of Mongolian in Arabic or Hebrew text? In particular, if
>> rotated 90 degrees, is it clockwise or counter clockwise? Supporting
>> scans would be welcome.
> To close this one: no example was provided either to this list or to me
> directly. The general sentiment is that there is probably no established
Given that the vertical Mongolian script evolved from a right-to-left semitic script
rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise, it seems to me that the obvious way to re-incorporate
the script in a right-to-left setting would be to rotate it back, clockwise.
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