Wolof suppress script

Peter Constable petercon at microsoft.com
Sun Sep 19 23:38:14 CEST 2010

From: Philip Newton [mailto:philip.newton at gmail.com] 

> You still haven't documented how much Arabic is actually used; for all 
> I know, it could be 98% Latin, 2% Arabic, in which case Suppress-Script: 
> Latn would still be appropriate.

Reportedly, it's used enough that the Ministry of Education has published a standardized orthography in Arabic script as well as teaching materials. Even if that's still relatively small, that's definitely not the kind of scenario for which Suppress-script was intended.


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