From: Christopher Fynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 10 2009 - 02:24:58 CST
Asmus Freytag wrote:
> If something is expressed as a discrete unit in inline text, and
> preferably has symbolic or conventionalized use, then, to me, it's
> passed the most important tests that would put it this side of the
> fence, when it comes to encoding it in a character set.
Asmus ~ if you include any symbol character "expressed as a discrete
unit in inline text" then pretty well every symbol or dingbat in
Microsoft's WingDings font is sometimes used that way - and some Tibetan
texts are littered with chunks of in line "Dakini script" of which there
may be something like 100 different kinds.
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