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Re: New listserv, better unicode? (was Re: META five posts a day limit)

From:Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...>
Date:Thursday, June 30, 2005, 0:03
On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 17:53:24 -0400, Tim May <butsuri@...> wrote:

> Stephen Mulraney wrote at 2005-06-29 21:26:29 (+0100) > > On 6/29/05, taliesin the storyteller <taliesin-conlang@...> > > wrote: > > > * Stephen Mulraney said on 2005-06-29 21:22:06 +0200
> > Macrons: ā ē ī ō ū > > Hachek: š ž ǧ ǰ ǎ > > Various IPA: θ ð ɥ ʏ ɪ ɛ ʉ ɫ kʲ tʰ t͡b a˨ e˧ i˦ ↓ | ‖ ɓ ǃ ǀ ǂ ɑ > > Other: москжа さくら にっぽん ελλενικι æøå þð ŋ む
> Both Georgian and Cyrillic above come through fine for me. Let's see > if I can send... (If not, it's most probably an error at my end - > specifying an encoding involves a somewhat laborious workaround) > > ქართული > > ესე ამბავი სპარსული, ქართულად > ნათარგმანები, > ვით მარგალიტი ობოლი, ხელის-ხელ > საგოგმანები, > ვპოვე და ლექსად გარდავთქვი, საქმე > ვქმენ საჭოჭმანები, > ჩემგან ხელქმნელმან დამმართოს, > ლაღმან და ლამაზმა ნები.
Superbalicious! Opera even found a decent font to display the Georgian in. The kana above look a bit iffy, though. I'll have to get elbow-deep in the settings and fiddle my way into something pretty. Here's a test to see what I can send: gïżəϣѾԳשگॐভਓઋଋஹఝಋതถນႠშḱἕ※℥Ⅰⅱ↝∅⌘①⑵⒊⒜Ⓑⓒ┞♔〠つフㅸ㎲西갅 Wish me luck! Actually, it'd be post hoc, wouldn't it. Well, congratulate or comiserate as appropriate... Paul