Case for letters j and J with acute
verdy_p at wanadoo.fr
Tue Feb 9 13:38:15 CST 2016
2016-02-09 17:16 GMT+01:00 Frédéric Grosshans <frederic.grosshans at gmail.com>
> Le 09/02/2016 16:58, Michael Everson a écrit :
>> For completeness sake, one could also make a case for the following:
>>> > • LATIN SMALL LIGATURE IJ WITH ACUTES;
>>> > • LATIN CAPITAL LIGATURE IJ WITH ACUTES.
>> Or Ĳ (or ĳ) + combining double acute.
> The rendering of these in a standard font (Ĳ̋ĳ̋) is usually quite bad.
> While non ligated character should render correctly (ÍJ́íj́).
This is only a font problem, not an Unicode problem. For me the IJ (or ij)
with combining double accent is correct.
Tell this to font authors so they fix their common fonts in later versions
(here Microsoft, Adobe, Apple and Google, possibly others, should be
hearing your issue for popular OS'es and applications).
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