Unicode : Greek Extended.
budelberger.richard at wanadoo.fr
Mon Mar 17 10:23:25 CDT 2014
From: Denis Jacquerye
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 13:48:39 +0000
> The Syriac in Greek script shown in
> (which the fr.wiktionary.org articles are citing) has underlined chi
> and underlined sigma, not chi macron below or sigma macron below.
> See page 48: “For characters not found in the Greek alphabet,
> underlining is employed: the he is represented by underlined ch, and
> shin by underlined sigma.”
> Given what was mentioned so far here, one might assume this could be a
> macron below with a specific positioning instead of underline, but
> that would be just that: assumptions.
See now http://tinyurl.com/py72z7w !…
> It would be interesting the see original documents to have a better
> idea of what these should look like.
I wasn’t able to find anything about this Mgr Butrus Gemayel’s book !
On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 9:48 AM, Michael Everson wrote:
> On 17 Mar 2014, at 00:51, Richard BUDELBERGER wrote:
>> So if I ask somebody to create and sell a character set with ḇ ḏ ẖ ḵ ḻ ṉ ṟ ṯ ẕ σ̱ ς̱ χ̱ and their capitals, Unicode should add them (σ̱ ς̱ χ̱ and H̱ Σ̱ Χ̱) for
>> There was the same problem with Yoruba letters with U+0329 « ̩ », and with the new Marshallese alphabet with U+0326 « ̦ ».
> Yes, there is.
See http://www.unicover.com/ecatimag/MI-C309-.jpg & https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/Category:marshallais !
> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
Denis Moyogo Jacquerye
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