From: Kent Karlsson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 07 2003 - 06:52:43 EST
> > By the way, although Unicode calls it a cedilla, the
> correct form to use
> > with G is the disconnected, 'under comma' form.
> Ah yes, the cedillas; now these are ambiguous!
> What is the "correct form" for cedillas under N, K, L, R, S
> and T? What should these look like?
Well, the easy (and obvious) way out is to let cedilla
look like cedilla, and comma below look like comma below
(with the mentioned "fix" for 'g').
Then it is up to (human) editors (aided by properly configured
keyboard layouts and properly configured automatic spell checkers)
to spell right, or to use some CEDILLA to COMMA BELOW conversion
program. Other approaches will only lead to confusion and
frustration, I think. It's the author (or human editor) that
should decide, not the font maker, especially since which fonts
are used may easily be changed manually (by someone else than
the author/editor) or automatically.
I know, D, G, N, K, L, R do not have any precomposed versions
"WITH COMMA BELOW", but that should become irrelevant...
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