From: Karl Pentzlin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 22 2008 - 18:27:59 CST
If a nonspacing mark (diacritic) below a modified letter (with raised
appearance) is applied, can it be expected to be applied to the
bottom of the modifier letter (instead of below the baseline), as long
as the font or rendering is "smart" enough to place nonspacing marks
according to Unicode rules?
Is it sufficient to encode the entity marked in red in the attached scan
(showing a modifier letter alpha with dot below) as U+1D45 U+0323?
(The scan is from:
Einführung in den Sprachatlas der Deutschen Schweiz
Bern [Switzerland] 1962, p.84)
- Karl Pentzlin
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