Pali in Thai Script
budelberger.richard at wanadoo.fr
Thu Mar 27 21:33:40 CDT 2014
> Message du 28/03/14 03:08
> De : Sittipon Simasanti
> A : Richard BUDELBERGER
> Copie à : unicode at unicode.org
> Objet : Re: Pali in Thai Script
> > I’m afraid to say that since PHO SAMPHAO with White dot (for aspirated) – https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/824603/unicode/glyph2.png, l. 5 c. 2 – may be (badly) drawn with
> > U+0E20 THAI CHARACTER PHO SAMPHAO and U+0325 COMBINING RING BELOW, « ภ̥ », you have to use your Internal Font…
> Arr, thanks. We have considered to put them below and above as well. But, white dot above the consonants just look too much like SARA AM (U+0E33) and if we put them below
> black dot will look like PINTHU (U+0E3A). Both of them have already their functions in Thai language. So, it might be confusing rather than helping Pali in Thai script.
> If possible we would like to keep them in the same place. That's why we put them there.
The tip is to say that dots are not above or below the characters, but inside them.
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