fonts for U7.0 scripts
Tom at bluesky.org
Fri Oct 24 13:27:05 CDT 2014
On Oct 24, 2014, at 8:18 AM, Peter Constable wrote:
> From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at unicode.org] On Behalf Of Tom Gewecke
>> If someone wants to publish and sell a book in which they say something like
>> "This is how Unicode suggests that character U+XXXX is supposed to look:"
> Well, since the intent of the codes is to give indication of what the character identity is and _not_ to say how the character _should_ look, then it's a good thing if Unicode isn't authors to make such statements.
I probably didn't express myself clearly before. Even if the book simply says "The charts published by Uncode.org indicate that the following would be a representative glyph for the Character U+XXXX", it seems that you would need permission to copy the glyph. I wonder if that is necessary.
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