From: Ruszlan Gaszanov (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 14 2009 - 03:11:32 CST
John H. Jenkins wrote:
>I can pretty much guarantee that Apple would not go along with such a
>scheme. Apple has no real desire to have its logo interchanged in
>plain text. (Which leaves the question—which I cannot answer—as to
>why we continue to include it in our fonts.)
I can hardly see how Apple can prevent its logo being interchanged in plain
text considering that it is included in all legacy Macintosh charsets. As
long as plain text in those charsets is being interchanged, it is entirely
up to the end users whether to interchange this particular character or not.
If Apple feels this way about its logo, it shouldn't have encoded it in its
OEM charsets in the first place.
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