From: Benjamin M Scarborough (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 04 2008 - 14:42:48 CST
Simon Montagu wrote:
> Emanuele Saiu wrote:
> > Apostrophe + acute accent ('´). It isn't codified in Unicode as a
> > diacritic, is it?
> > It is similar to the double acute accent of Hungarian ő ű, but the
> > first mark should be an apostrophe (or Greek smooth breathing), not
> > acute.
U+1FCE isn't a combining mark.
Based on Greek, I would think that <c, U+0313, U+0301> or <g, U+0313,
U+0301> would give you the diacritic you want, but I haven't heard of
any side-by-side diacritic positioning rules described for Latin, so it
may render as an acute _above_ a comma, and I'm sure that isn't what
you're looking for.
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