From: Peter Jacobi (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 02 2004 - 03:48:08 EST
> I completely accept that the vast majority of ligatures can be decomposed
> into existing encoded characters without any loss of design integrity and
> therefore the case for encoding them is weak (and probably non-existent
> in the context of the new font technologies such as OpenType)
Isn't it the other way around? Just the "mandatory" ligatures are no problem
at all. If a font requires use of a ligature for each occurence of "ct",
modern font technology will happily do this substitution whenever the two
characters "c" and "t" occur adjacently in the text.
It gets a little bit more complicated when both ligature and non-ligature
occur and the author wants to control this.
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