From: Alex Plantema (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 05 2010 - 04:13:31 CDT
Op woensdag 5 mei 2010 07:52 schreef Kevin Brown:
> There appears to be some inconsistency about the symbol used for the
> Greek PERISPOMENI accent mark (U+1FC0).
> In some cases (eg Arial Unicode MS font as well as the FileFormatInfo
> and numerous other seemingly authoritative-looking websites) it
> appears as an inverted breve (c.f. U+0311).
> However in the unicode.org Code Charts and in some Adobe Pro fonts it
> represented by a tilde (c.f. U+0303)
> Is there a definite right and wrong here or are both marks equally
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circumflex states that it may look like a circumflex, an inverted breve or a tilde.
So I suppose theses varying shapes create no problems in the proper context.
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