From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 10 2003 - 15:46:58 EST
At 11:53 AM 3/10/2003, Pim Blokland wrote:
>I agree with you; on the one hand, the examples mentioned like få
>and fè and so on don't look very nice as is and could use a little
>correction; but they would benefit more from adding a pixel or so of
>extra space than from merging the fs and the accent marks together.
>Then again, wouldn't the same apply to the fi ligature? After all,
>the i is an accented letter too, isn't it? I mean, the dot is an
>accent mark, allowing the i to be decomposed into U+0131 and U+0307.
No. The Latin lowercase i has no decomposition.
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