Re: Greek chars encoded twice -- why?

From: Werner LEMBERG (
Date: Thu Feb 18 2010 - 07:33:13 CST

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    > For example, I was really surprised to learn that the uppercase form
    > of έ (epsilontonos) is Έ (Epsioontonos) which is clearly incorrect.

    For uppercase -> lowercase conversion this is not a bad thing. It's
    the job of the font designer to create a glyph form for Epsilontonos
    which doesn't display the tonos.


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