On Mon, 13 May 2002, Amir Herman wrote:
> As conclusion, I would say that we can still preserve the existing U+6AC
> because it is not wrong, only the glyph is not standard and limited in
> its use. Later on I might send some images to clarify my argument. The
> task now is to add another glyph that could present the standard and
> most common glyph of 'GA'. To view a full standard jawi alphabet please
> refer to:
It seems that your references don't agree! Although both have a Keheh With
Dot Above, one has Kaf, and another has Keheh in the list of letters.
BTW, after hearing Marco's and others' comments, and seeing the examples,
I believe that we should not touch the old character, but we should encode
a new ARABIC LETTER KEHEH WITH DOT ABOVE. I will look forward to see a
proposal, with samples from published documents.
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