Fw: Upside Down Fu character

From: philip chastney <philip_chastney_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2012 02:00:34 -0800 (PST)

Corrected Version:: ----- Forwarded Message ----- From: philip chastney <philip_chastney@yahoo.com> To: Michael Everson <everson@evertype.com>; unicode Unicode Discussion <unicode@unicode.org> Sent: Wednesday, 4 January 2012, 9:57 Subject: Re: Upside Down Fu character ________________________________ From: Michael Everson <everson@evertype.com> To: unicode Unicode Discussion <unicode@unicode.org> Sent: Tuesday, 3 January 2012, 18:46 Subject: Re: Upside Down Fu character On 3 Jan 2012, at 18:28, Rick McGowan wrote: > I would say to use higher level mark-up or images for this. I don't see any reason to start down the road of encoding upside down Chinese characters, or variation sequences, for such things. They are decorative anomalies, not plain text. What's the inline markup for "display this glyph upside down"? ________________________________ this will do the job, though whether it meets the requirements of a non-programmer, I don't know    http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/166266/Making-Text-Upside-down-u it looks to the user like straightforward CSS, but needs maintaining as OSs and browsers shift and change /phil
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