Re: Capital kra (again)

From: Jeremie Hornus <jeremie_at_hornus.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2012 10:45:49 +0100

Hello Ben,

I remember that issue as well, and we had solved it at font level through OpenType feature <case> and by creating a non-unicoded glyph for the "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER KRA" that is made of <004B, 2018> (that is LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK -not apostrophe).
I think it would be useful (if not productive) to add at least a name sequence for the uppercase of <0138>.

J.

On 3 Mar 2012, at 22:32, Benjamin M Scarborough wrote:

> I remember reading long ago that a capital counterpart of U+0138 LATIN SMALL LETTER KRA had been proposed, but was rejected because it could be represented as (I believe it was) the sequence <U+004B LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K, U+02BC MODIFIER LETTER APOSTROPHE>. Unfortunately, I can't find the details now, so I'm not sure if that's the right sequence, but it was something like that.
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> But the real point I'm getting at is: would it be productive to add a LATIN CAPITAL LETTER KRA named sequence for <004B, 02BC>?
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> óBen Scarborough
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