From: Philippe Verdy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 11 2008 - 09:46:02 CST
Michael Everson wrote:
> Envoyé : lundi 11 février 2008 15:17
> À : Unicode Discussion
> Objet : Re: Combining marks with two letters
> At 14:43 +0100 2008-02-11, Andreas Prilop wrote:
> >The LoC romanization rules for Abkhaz(ian) Cyrillic
> > http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/romanization/nonslav.pdf
> > http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html
> >show a "ts" digraph with a ligature tie or arc above them and a
> >centered dot above this arc - like:
> >but without space between "t" and "s".
> >How do you write this in Unicode?
> t + double-inverted-breve + dot above + s, I should think.
Seems illogical. The dot above is not double. This looks like defective for
me, the dot above is attached to no letter, so we would get either:
* t+double-inverted-breve, then the dot would be badly positioned, and the s
would not be below the souble-inverted-breve; or
* t+dot-above next to a simple s, and a double inverted breve above all.
I see no reason why the dot would move in the center between the two base
letters. This is an unexpected deviation from the expected behavior of the
How can the double inverted breve pass "over" the dot above to link with the
s encoded after it?
So I would think:
t + double-inverted-breve + double-dot-above + s
But there's still no such double-dot-above...
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