Re: So much for Unicode being character-based, not glyph-based

From: Leonardo Boiko (
Date: Fri Dec 17 2010 - 08:01:18 CST

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    𝕴𝖙 π–œπ–†π–˜ π–†π–‘π–œπ–†π–žπ–˜ π–Šπ–†π–˜π–ž 𝖙𝖔 π–†π–‡π–šπ–˜π–Š π–€π–“π–Žπ–ˆπ–”π–‰π–Š 𝖙𝖔
    𝖆𝖉𝖉 π–Œπ–—π–†π–•π–π–Žπ–ˆπ–†π–‘ π–›π–†π–—π–Žπ–†π–™π–Žπ–”π–“ 𝖙𝖔 π–•π–‘π–†π–Žπ–“ π–™π–Šπ–π–™.
     People have been doing ΚŽΙΉΗΚžΙ”Δ±ΙΉΚ‡ ɟo sΚ‡ΙΉos ʃʃɐ [1]. But yes, that
    particular variation of fancy text have been common in Orkut since the
    Brazilian Invasion. I recall the same kind of tricks, especially in
    nicknames, in chatrooms and anime forums before the advent of Orkut.

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