[Fontinst] Re: Bug in fontinstversion{1.927}

Lars Hellström Lars.Hellstrom at math.umu.se
Wed Jan 26 20:34:32 CET 2005

At 12.16 +0100 2005-01-26, Lars Hellström wrote:
>At 20.21 +0100 2005-01-21, Peter Dyballa wrote:
>>tieaccentlowercase, newtie ... to Unicode?
>Those two ought to be somewhere (or be glyphic variations on something) in
>Unicode. As I recall it, the `newtie' is the same as the ordinary `tie',
>but the command for it is supposed to be used in a different position.
>Perhaps some German can tell us? I haven't seen any mention of these things
>being used anywhere else than there.

Here I was thinking upside down. The various ties should be U+0361
(COMBINING DOUBLE INVERTED BREVE). The German reference was with respect to
the shorthand for "burg" (which might well go the other way, my memory is
unclear at this point).

Lars Hellström

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