Re: ayar font and several burmese font issues.

From: Doug Ewell (
Date: Tue Mar 22 2011 - 09:58:36 CST

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    I think there is some confusion here. It looks like Ngwe Tun is saying
    that the Myanmar text on is encoded in violation of
    the correct Unicode *ordering conventions* for the script, not that the
    encoding is an ASCII hack or something else other than Unicode (which is
    what "non-Unicode font" and "migrate to Unicode Standards" usually

    I copied the text from Ayar's home page into BabelPad, a desktop app
    which uses Uniscribe and has no access to any of Ayar's proprietary
    fonts (using Code2000 instead), and didn't see any private-use
    characters. But since I don't read Myanmar, it's entirely possible that
    the text as encoded is complete garbage and needs to be reordered as
    Ngwe Tun says.

    Doug Ewell | Thornton, Colorado, USA |
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