From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Feb 11 2008 - 12:37:55 CST
Michael Everson wrote:
> >show a "ts" digraph with a ligature tie or arc above them
> >and a centered dot above this arc - like:
> >but without space between "t" and "s".
> >How do you write this in Unicode?
> t + double-inverted-breve + dot above + s, I should think.
However, that is canonically equivalent with:
t + dot above + double-inverted-breve + s
and both sequences should render the same with the
dot just above the t, and the double inverted
breve above both the dotted t and the s.
t + double-inverted-breve + CGJ + dot above + s
perhaps, but IMHO that would be an ugly hack.
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