From: Mahesh T. Pai (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 26 2011 - 07:31:52 CST
Peter Constable said on Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 05:22:49PM +0000,:
> Your suggestion entails putting both a symbol-encoding and a
> Unicode-encoding cmap into a font. I have no idea what different
> software would do with that: some might recognize the Unicode
> cmap, other software might pick the one that's listed first in
> the font, other software might just reject the font.
I thought this was a simple straigntforward matter; and would work
always. Has anybody looked into these issues?
And Peter, is this answer valid only for PUA <> encoding mapping?
What I have in mind is a slightly different context - if a sequence is
mapped to a single character, it is supposed to work always, right?
-- Mahesh T. Pai || A closed mouth gathers no feet.
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