IJ with accent

Lorna Evans lorna_evans at sil.org
Thu Oct 6 17:09:33 CDT 2016

Has it been mentioned that U+0133 is not listed in the Soft_Dotted 
properties? So, that would indicate it shouldn't have the dot removed 
when you do put an acute over U+0133.


On 9/28/2016 2:59 AM, a.lukyanov wrote:
> Dutch language writing uses the ligature ij (U+0132, U+0133). When 
> accented, it should take an accent on each component, like this:
> If one uses two separate characters (i+j), one can put an accent on 
> each character (íj́).
> However, if monolithic ligature ij is used, how one can accent it 
> correctly? Unicode standard does not answer this.
> Probably one should use the sequence U+0133 U+301, with the accent 
> doubling automatically, but this is not implemented (ij́).

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