Re: Medievalist ligature character in the PUA

From: Andrew West (
Date: Wed Dec 02 2009 - 05:59:40 CST

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    2009/12/2 Doug Ewell <>:
    > Then there are fonts like the DejaVu family, which (on my machine, running
    > BabelPad) display "fi" as a ligature by default, but break the ligature when
    > either ZWJ *or* ZWNJ is inserted between the "f" and the "i".

    In which case the OP could make his required ligature a feature
    request for DejaVu at


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