From: Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jan 08 2010 - 10:04:40 CST
-On [20100108 16:14], Curtis Clark (email@example.com) wrote:
>I'll pass it on, but my expectation is that it is a non-issue, since the
>first would be typed ᄀ ᅢ ᄋ ᅮ ᆯ and the second ᄀ ᅡ ᄋ ᅳ ᆯ (I had to
>space between the jamos so Thunderbird wouldn't recombine them). What we
>represent as "a", "ae", "eu", and "u" are distinct jamos.
That's assuming a Korean keyboard layout?
I thought, maybe mistakenly, that we were talking about Latinized input akin
to what Japanese IMEs can do. In that case you cannot distinguish between
gaeul and gaeul without a syllable marking mechanism.
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