From: Carl W. Brown (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 16 2004 - 09:55:13 EST
> Irish in Roman script is written i with dot above,
> Irish in traditional script is written i without
> dot above. The current flooding of our local
> advertising and publishing markets by various
> non-native uncial fonts to write our language goes
> against tradition in imposing on us that unwanted
> dot. Is there any way at all that using Unicode
> can help support our tradition?
What exactly are you proposing? A glyph change so that the glyphs for
normal dotted I be rendered without the dot, or that Irish be added to the
list of languages that uses the dotless I such as Turkish, Azeri, and most
likely the Latin alphabets for Tatar and Bashkir.
If it is a glyph issue that it is not part of the scope Unicode. If it
should really use the dotless Is then Unicode needs to be changed.
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