From: André Szabolcs Szelp (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 14 2010 - 16:16:02 CDT
On 2010.06.14., at 22:18, Mark E. Shoulson wrote:
>>> SignWriting has the unusual requirement of a 2 color font. One font
>>> color for the line of the symbols and another for the fill. The fill
>>> is needed when symbols overlap.
> AFAIK, Unicode can't do color. I remember someone mentioning that
> once. But someone who knows the exact rules can explain better.
Actually, the example given by Stephen does not need a "fill color",
but can be handled by a "ligature" glyph... given, that we _can_
reduce the logical relations to a certain number, and not have
arbitrary x,y-placement-coordinates. I still firmly believe this
should be possible, but I'm not an expert of the matter, at all, and
will be happy to be proven definitely wrong.
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