From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 12 2005 - 11:48:40 CDT
Leiter Phelix wrote:
> One further query, John makes reference "SBL BibLit font (due out later
> this year) will contain a glyph for this" - do we know what the Unicode
> position for this is? IE has the capital H with bar under been accepted
> as a Unicode position - or are we simply saying the font will substitute
> the combined character when U0048+0331 is used?
The font will perform a *glyph* level substitution for the character sequence U+0048
U+0331. The capital H with bar below glyph is not directly encoded.
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