From: Don Osborn (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 18 2008 - 19:30:50 CST
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> Behalf Of James Kass
> The page linked above has an example of the combining vertical line
> as it is used in Yoruba. (The second example on the page.)
> (I've also seen Yoruba examples where the vertical line is a bit
Another example, not in text but in a discussion of orthography, is at http://www.learnyoruba.com/ORTHOGRAPHY_1.pdf
> It's a glyph variant, in my opinion. Adding an appropriate annotation
> to U+0329 might be a solution.
There has been a need for a while to review references to African usage in the descriptions. There are some errors (or obsolete usage) and a number of broad references to "African" (for which maybe more precise indicators would be helpful?). If at such time as an annotation is added to U+0329 a more thorough review could be made, that would be useful.
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