From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 23 2008 - 04:05:43 CST
> Kent Karlsson wrote:
> > I don't see why there should be any problem in principle to encode
> > COMBINING PARENTHESISED DOUBLE RIGHT HOOK BELOW, COMBINING
> > PARENTHESISED DIAERESIS BELOW, COMBINING FAT TILDE, etc.
> If memory serves, extIPA uses U+207D SUPERSCRIPT LEFT PARENTHESIS,
> U+207E SUPERSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS, U+208D SUBSCRIPT LEFT
> PARENTHESIS, and U+208E SUBSCRIPT RIGHT PARENTHESIS for parenthesized
> diacritics. These would probably be preferable to separate
> parenthesized combining marks.
That may work as a hack. But those parentheses are super- and subscripts,
and will not (nor should they) tightly bracket the (first level) diacritic.
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