On Tue, 7 May 2002, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> However, I also think it is quite clear that U+06AC ARABIC LETTER KAF
> WITH DOT ABOVE is the one that was intentionally encoded for the Jawi
> ga character. This has been marked as an "old Malay" letter ever since
> Unicode 1.0.
> The error would seem, rather, to be in choosing an inappropriate
> representative glyph for the charts, and in the shaping class
> assigned to the character in ArabicShaping.txt:
> I'd say, as for the Pashto Kaf with ring, that the appropriate shaping
> class should be "GAF", not "KAF", in this file.
I second that. We may only need to correct the reference glyph and the
shaping class. But please make sure that we are talking about a single
character and not two.
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