From: James Kass (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 18 2008 - 13:58:30 CST
Karl Pentzlin proposes,
> You find the actual draft:
> All comments are welcome and considered before I submit a final
> version to the UTC.
In the Three-Marks proposal, it is mentioned that the proposed COMBINING
LONG VERTICAL LINE BELOW is distinct from U+0329 because the proposed
character touches the base letter and U+0329 does not.
U+0329 is annotated as being for the Yoruba language, among other things.
In the Yoruba orthography, it is proper for U+0329 to touch the base letter.
Fonts designed to support the classic Yoruba orthography will have U+0329
depending from (and joined to) the base letter.
a̩e̩i̩o̩u̩ s̩ U+0329 COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW
I suspect that a similar font-choice argument could be made against the
proposed combining hook and the existing combining ogonek.
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