|From:||Benct Philip Jonsson <conlang@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, March 25, 2007, 20:25|
Carsten Becker skrev:
> Benct Philip Jonsson <conlang@...> schrieb:
>> And I wasn't using my brain. MediaWiki has a
>> 'normalization feature' for Unicode. It bit me before
>> when I wanted i with breve/macron and ogonek. Since I
>> wanted the i's to be undotted I used precomposed i-breve
>> and i-macton with combining ogonek, which MediaWiki
>> 'normalized' to precomposed i-ogonek (with dot) +
>> combining breve/macron
>> -- i.e. exactly what i *didn't* want. I had to put a zero
>> width joiner, most easily entered with the HTML
>> entity ‍ before the combining ogonek. Most
> So that's the reason why FrathWiki didn't let me enter ị̄
> (i-macron with underdot) but always made ị̄ out of it (i
> with macron *above* the dot and dot below). Muke, in case
> you read this, could you *please* have a look at the
> feature Benct described above?
I and Muke have been through it, and there is no option for
controlling this behavior. Use the ‍ trick I described,
ugly as it is.
> I'd also like to see wynn & yogh made available on wiki.frath.
In principle any Unicode character is 'available', you just
need some way of entering them. For one convenient method see:
(If the link is broken, try <http://tinyurl.com/2z39nd>.
As for the links for entering IPA in the edit view, it is
Mukes thing, but it is perhaps a bad idea to extend it to
all of Unicode! :-)
Benct Philip Jonsson -- melroch at melroch dot se
"Ge dig, Jedi!"
-- A Sith from Gothenburg