Re: Why no combining‐character form for U+00F8?

From: Cristian Secară <>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2012 20:53:53 +0300

În data de Thu, 16 Aug 2012 19:32:15 +0300, Erkki I Kolehmainen a scris:

> Although the stroke is not a diacritic, keyboard drivers can be made
> to generate atomic characters with stroke by using a dead letter key
> for stroke together with the base character. The Finnish keyboard
> layout standard SFS 5966 works in this manner for O (for e.g.,
> Danish), L (Polish), H (Maltese), D (Northern Sámi), T (Northern
> Sámi), and G (Skolt Sámi).

Which character is used for the dead letter ? I mean the description in
standard's text, or the symbol intended to be depicted on the key cap.


Cristian Secară
Received on Thu Aug 16 2012 - 12:54:53 CDT

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