From: Vinodh Rajan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 23 2009 - 22:54:06 CDT
On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 6:43 AM, Harshula <email@example.com> wrote:
> BTW, the sequence you have written does not map to the actual Unicode
> Sinhala string that you have included, but it conveys your point.
Yeah. I noticed that I missed a few letters. Anyways it was meant to
illustrate the usage of two ZWJ. :-)
//Yes they do. There are three graphical forms for some consonant clusters:
1) Separate letters (<C1><C2>)
2) Conjuncts (<C1><VIRAMA><ZWJ><C2>)
3) Touching letters (<C1><ZWJ><VIRAMA><C2>)//
I suppose Malithi Web does not support these additional conjuncts & touching
letters. I can only get ra,ya conjuncts correctly in Malithi Web using ZWJ.
Are these any fonts which support these ?
Which is more common in actual usage: the conjunct ra-ya or the non-conjuct
Thanks for the reply
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