Re: Implementing SMP on a UTF-16 OS (was: Windows keyboard restrictions)

From: Marcel Schneider <>
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 19:08:10 +0200 (CEST)

On 10 Aug 2015, at 13;21, I wrote:

> I note that the MSKLC converts to ligatures of a surrogates pair any SMP character mapped on a key, and that it cannot admit any SMP character in a dead list.
> Such an MSKLC layout with U+1D4EA 𝓪 and U+1D4D0 𝓐 works on the built-in Notepad, while Word displays .notdef boxes that convert to code points and then to glyphs using Alt+C twice.

I should mention too that my OS is Windows 7 Starter (same version, build number and service pack as Windows Seven).
Word is Word Starter 2010.

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