RE: Unicode 10.0 Legitimacy of 0031 FE0E 20E3

From: Laurentiu Iancu <>
Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2017 21:37:10 +0000


The emoji and text presentation sequences were moved to the UTS #51 data file emoji-variation-sequences.txt, which is new in Version 5.0 of the UTS. Please see

The move is documented on the Beta Unicode 10.0 page,

in the "Standardized Variation Sequences" section.



-----Original Message-----
From: Unicode [] On Behalf Of Richard Wordingham
Sent: Monday, April 3, 2017 2:13 PM
Subject: Unicode 10.0 Legitimacy of 0031 FE0E 20E3

Where in the draft databases for Unicode 10.0 is Unicode 9.0 variation sequence <U+0031, U+FE0E> declared legitimate? Without such a declaration, a font that had a special glyph for <U+0031, U+FE0E> or a substitution specific to <U+0031, U+FE0E, U+20E3 COMBINING ENCLOSING

KEYCAP> would not be Unicode compliant.

I hope this reflects my ignorance of the definition system rather than an error in the databases.

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