From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 29 2004 - 07:14:35 EST
Antoine Leca scripsit:
> In the general case of a font intended for general use, and if the rendering
> without the circle is intended in special cases like drawing a keyboard
> layout for reference, I still believe it is better to have the circle and
> resort to special manipulations, like SP+ZWJ+vowel or drawing directly with
> ExtTextOut(ETO_GLYPH_INDEX), in order to draw the keyboard layout.
The bottom line is that SP+vowel and NBSP+vowel are prescribed by the
Unicode Standard, and if they don't work (at least the former; for the
latter, one can weasel out by claiming conformity with earlier versions
of the Standard) the system is broken.
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