From: Vinodh Rajan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 07 2009 - 14:12:11 CDT
Yeah. Sanskrit 2003 font has the Repha with Vocalic R glyph for रृ
For the other fonts, I tried forcing the display of the Repha - Vocal R
<RA> + <VIRAMA> + <ZWJ> + <VOCALIC R>.
But all devanagari fonts in my PC (Mangal, Arial Unicode MS, Sanskrit 2003,
e-NagariOT) produce the glyph of Marathi Eyelash Ra instead of the Repha for
the <RA> + <VIRAMA> + <ZWJ> combination.
Isn't Marathi Eyelash Ra actually defined as <RRA> + <VIRAMA> ?
If, <RA> + <VIRAMA> + <ZWJ> => Eyelash Ra
How to the force the display of the Combing Repha then ? Similar to the
combining forms of other consonants like ज् , म् etc ?
On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 2:01 AM, Kess Vargavind <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, 5 May 2009, Doug Ewell wrote:
> > repha above vowel letter R
> > र्ऋ
> I would say by writing U+0930 U+0943 (रृ rr̥). Whether it is displayed
> as “r-hook above vocalic r” or “vocalic r beneath ra” depends on font
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