From: Kenneth Whistler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 18 2008 - 17:41:39 CST
Karl Pentzlin kakimasita:
> Am Freitag, 18. Januar 2008 um 23:40 schrieb James Kass:
> JK> Karl Pentzlin wrote,
> >> The proposed COMBINING LONG VERTICAL LINE BELOW is admittedly a border
> >> case, although it is not pure obvious to equate it with the existing
> >> U+0329 COMBINING VERTICAL LINE BELOW. It also may have an identity
> >> as a character, rather than being a glyph variant only.
> JK> ...
> JK> It's a glyph variant, in my opinion. Adding an appropriate annotation
> JK> to U+0329 might be a solution.
> I tend to agree.
So do I. Could one of you suggest appropriate wording for
a short (preferably one-line) annotation for U+0329 indicating that
the whether or not the glyph for U+0329 attaches to the
bottom of base letters is a matter of font design and/or
That way it can be taken up quickly as an annotation for
the Unicode 5.1 names list, and this discussion then can
focus on a proposal for one fewer mark.
For the record, I agree with Michael and James about the
ogonek, as well.
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