From: Arno Schmitt (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 27 2008 - 05:18:03 CST
I know, that changing these things is difficult,
and as shown on the pictures: 'ccc 0' is used on the
bottom of the page (in front of the *footnote*).
So my question was: Do we need an ADDITIONAL char
for the marker ABOVE the last letter in the *text'?
v> "Arno Schmitt" wrote:
>> The Arabic footnote marker 0602 is in the canonical combining class 0
>> I have taken some pictures from a proposal by Dr. Attash Durrani on Nuqta Chars that
>> show the traditional way of using the marker.
>> In the text the marks are used as belonging to ccc 230, on the bottom like belonging to ccc 0.
>> Is it okay as it is, or do we have to encode a additional "Arabic high footnote marker"?
v> What ever it is, the existing ccc can't be changed (for stability
v> of canonicalization). Such layout has to be
v> handled specifically in fonts or with higher-level text
v> formatting. However, you may argue that this specific
v> marker is different and could be encoded differently, for the traditional use of the marker.
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