Re: Upside Down Fu character

From: Szelp, A. Sz. <>
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2012 12:29:34 +0100

The specialized context of this character is not inline.

It's a decorative element on Banners, etc. As described by Wikipedia,
never part of text. Not even of rich text, let alone plain text.

I would really think this example of specialized decorative display
use as not eligible for encoding.


On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 19:46, Michael Everson <> wrote:
> 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"?
> Michael Everson *
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