everson at evertype.com
Tue Nov 27 13:05:00 CET 2007
At 12:47 +0100 2007-11-27, Frank Ellermann wrote:
>Michael Everson wrote:
> >> If that's possible, what was the problem with IPA and UPA ?
> > Those were orthographies of Latin.
>Turning characters right to left or upside down isn't what I
>consider as an orthography.
It is what I consider an orthography, though. And the IPA isn't
"just" a collection of turned and mirrored letters.
>Inspired by Latin and including it as subset, was my impression when
>looking at the charts.
There are many, many, many Latin letters in the UCS. Some of them are
used in the IPA.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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