From: James Kass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Dec 30 2007 - 21:29:10 CST
Javier Sola wrote,
> Is this proposal for both Cambodian and Vietnamese Cham? Are the differences only a matter of font style?
Cham is part of Unicode 5.1 and might become official sometime
in March. My impression is that the original proposal and the new
Unicode Cham represent unification of the two font styles, and
that the proposal charts use glyphs matching the Vietnamese style.
In N3120.PDF, Figure 2 shows different font styles for Cham,
but SIGN NG is not shown in that exhibit.
In the N3120 proposal charts, the glyphs for VOWEL SIGN OE
and CONSONANT SIGN NG look quite similar. Is it possible that
the chart glyphs in N3120 are reversed for these two
AA2E ◌ꨮ CHAM VOWEL SIGN OE
AA43 ◌ꩃ CHAM CONSONANT SIGN FINAL NG
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