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Subject: Re: Ceist faoi clo/ gaelach
From: "Caoimhin P. ODonnaile" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Caoimhin P. ODonnaile
Date:Thu, 3 Feb 1994 14:18:41 +0000
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[GE/] Ta/ me/ i ndiaidh teacht ar cleas ata/ iontach maith fa/ choinne
lascadh idir na leaganacha "fada" agus "gairid" de na litreacha "R" agus "S"
- SMALL CAPS!
 
Sa font Chlo/ Gaelach le Colm O/ Tuomey, is iad na leaganacha "goirid" de
"R" agus "S" ata/ i measc na litreacha "upper-case" agus na leaganacha
fada ata/ i measc na litreacha "lower-case".  Ta/ na leaganacha fada
ro/-aisteach le daoine nach bhfuil taithi/ aca orthu - go h-a/irithe anseo
in Albain, agus mar sin ba no/s dom bheith ag sgri/obh leis na "capitals"
amha/in.  Ba mhiste liom sin, mar b'fhearr liom scaradh a dhe/anamh idir
capitals agus lower-case.  Ach tha/inig se/ chugam - ma/ chuirtear an
te/acs sa style "SMALL-CAPS" (Format>Character>Style i Word, m.sh.)
chi/tear na leaganacha fada amha/in, ach fo/s ta/ scaradh idir litreacha
mo/ra agus litreacha beaga.
 
   <A tip: Colm O Twomey's Clo/ Gaelach font has the short forms of R and S
    in upper case and the long forms in lower case; this means that by using
    "SMALL-CAPS" style you can switch between long and short forms of
    R and S.  The shapes of the other letters stay the same, because the
    the shapes of the letters are the same in upper and lower case in
    the Clo/ Gaelach.>
 
  Caoimhi/n

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