Re: CXS/Phoneme Question
|From:||Jean-François Colson <fa597525@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 4, 2006, 22:14|
On Saturday, March 04, 2006 10:15 PM CET, Henrik Theiling wrote:
It doesn't show a 'c'. It shows the left part of a 'd'. For I don't know which
reason (does that has something to do with the imbricated tables?), the column
is too narrow to display the 'd' in full and the ascender is hidden. But
there's no problem when I open the page with MS Word:
> Jean-François Colson <fa597525@...> writes:
> > There's something I don't understand: [_c] is used both for "less
> > rounded" and for "dental" in CSX. Why? OK. That looks like a c but
> > in fact that's a d which isn't displayed completely because the
> > column isn't large enough. Here is a capture of what I see:
> > http://users.belgacom.net/bn130627/CXS.JPG.
> Very interesting -- your browser shows a 'c' for a 'd'! The diacritic
> for dental is '_d'. Now that's strange.