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No problem. If you are looking for a font that would cover many
special characters, I would look into Linux Libertine
(http://www.linuxlibertine.org/) which is available as OTF and TTF.
The biggest argument for is in Celtic Studies is that it has the
Tironian Et symbol
is great but it doesn't have the ao ligature which can be a problem.
On 06/02/12 17:29, Dennis King wrote:
> Chris Yocum wrote:
>> I think you mean "combination characters" when you are talking
>> about "superscript characters" (a with macron on top is a
>> "combination character" in the unicode standard.) Adding things
>> to Unicode (6.1 just came out last week) is a very arduous
>> process. I would recommend against it.
> Thanks, Chris.
> Dennis Groenewegen thinks that this is the most likely approach for
>> The encoding initiative which seems to me most relevant to our
>> project, and also the most promising in terms of wider
>> acceptance, is MUFI (Medieval Unicode Font Initiative) - see the
>> website at http://www.mufi.info.
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