|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 8, 2002, 13:18|
--- Tristan Alexander McLeay <anstouh@...>
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2002, Clint Jackson Baker wrote:
> 8< much snipping >8
> The funky consonants and double-accented vowels are
> Unicode and will
> transfer even less well than this list.
> Everything exept for the ones I've left come through
> unhindered for me.
> What are they supposed to be? (Going by the codes,
> I'd say they translate
> into Latin-1 as control chars, butat least knowing
> what they ought to be
> would be a help.
> > Alt+0156 small ligature oe
> > Alt+0140 cap ligature oe
> > Alt+0154 s hasek
> > Alt+0138 this one didn't even come back tome
> > Alt+0159 cap Y diaresis
> > Alt+0131 funky italic-like small f
It's interesting--one uniform system would be the
perfect solution to all this...yet we know we don't
really want that because of all the other
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