Re: Irish dotless I

Date: Fri Mar 19 2004 - 10:26:07 EST

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    Fine. I concede that this is the case. Therefore, let's change the underlying
    form of <0069> to a dotless "i" and let English speakers change it to a dotted
    "i" with the font.

    > The Gaelic and Roman letterforms are glyph
    > variants of the Latin script. Changing the font
    > will lose the dot, if the Gaelic font has been
    > drawn correctly and tastefully.

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