From: Samuel Thibault (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 31 2009 - 17:07:56 CST
firstname.lastname@example.org, le Sat 31 Jan 2009 17:00:04 -0600, a écrit :
> For Chinese braille is written phonetically - which means that
> different languages and dialects pronounce the same character in
> different ways. Also some characters vary their pronunciation
> dependent on context.
> Chinese text to speech software would be one solution.
> In short CJK to braille is not a one to one process and something that
> goes beyond the encoding model of unicode.
Yes, I know. But you're not solving my problem: different kanjis have
the same pronunciation, so be they rendered as braille, as speech,
or using the unihan pronunciation field, it still doesn't solve the
ambiguity. So I need, for each kanji, a small text describing its
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