From: Kent Karlsson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jan 21 2008 - 09:11:05 CST
> There is no glyph variation in modern alphabet. U+04BE is a
Of course there is (some). Otherwise you would use only one font.
> glottalized counterpart of U+040F and has the same shape of
> the descender.
> See modern alphabet here http://heku.ru/datas/users/66-alphabet.gif
The current comment in TUS 5.0 is "ogonek form preferred". You may
want to suggest changing that comment (as well as the chart glyph).
One odd thing with a "nearby" letter, though one not used in Abkhasian,
is one of the comments on U+04AB, CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER ES WITH DESCENDER:
* letterforms with right hooks are preferred, although occasional
variants with left hooks occur
But the chart glyphs (upper- and lowercase) still have a LEFT hook,
which is said to be just occasional and not preferred... I think it
would be better if the chart glyphs used the preferred form...
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