Re: Confusables and Script restrictions

From: Mark Davis ☕ (
Date: Tue Jan 19 2010 - 15:07:01 CST

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    Thanks for the feedback. When I look at it now, U+0251 ɑ Latin small letter
    Alpha is showing up, eg: may have been
    an addition after you looked at the file.) But any further ones you find
    would be appreciated.

    For everyone: Ken had suggested reviewing Lisu (vis-a-vis Latin) and Old
    Turkic (vis-a-vis Turkic), so any help on those would be appreciated.

    *Reviewing Data

    I also enabled looking at the confusables and the identifier restrictions in
    another view. For example, here is the data for Latin:

    The data for latin is fairly aggressive at this point - that is, a lot of
    characters that are probably legitimate are restricted (eg, as
    "limited-use"). Suggestions on which of them to "unrestrict" are also


    There is a form to allow easier feedback than email, at


    On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 06:31, Otto Stolz <>wrote:

    > Hello Mark Davis,
    > you have written:
    >> Suggestions for improvements of the demo or the data are welcome.
    > Yet another confusable for the "a":
    > U+0251 ɑ Latin small letter Alpha
    > Best wishes,
    > Otto Stolz

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