From: Karl Pentzlin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 12 2008 - 10:29:36 CST
Am Dienstag, 12. Februar 2008 um 14:22 schrieb "André Szabolcs Szelp":
ASS> ... However, there is at least one orthography which places a
ASS> "simple" diacritic centered on a digraph (*without* an additional
ASS> double-width diacritic). In a phonetic alphabet widely used in
ASS> Hungarian Studies there is a letter "CS WITH ACUTE" (similarly
ASS> some other digraphs: zs with acute accent ...
Thus, we need a COMBINING DOUBLE INVISIBLE DIACRITIC ("CDID", with
semantics like U+0361 COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE), to stack the
acute on it (according to the mechanism described in the printed
edition of TUS 5.0, p. 255/256) ...
More seriously, a special character like a COMBINING BASE JOINER
which has about the semantics of the sequence "CDID" + CGJ would do it.
Would such a thing be a candidate for encoding?
- Karl Pentzlin
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