[XeTeX] Linux Libertine & diacritic stacking
francois.patte at mi.parisdescartes.fr
Sun Mar 14 09:59:55 CET 2010
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Le 13/03/2010 21:37, Joshua and Amy a écrit :
> The developer of the Linux Libertine font package is probably going to
> add diacritic-stacking to the font's capabilities (mark-to-mark
> I've asked for circumflex + breve. Are there other diacritics that
> potential users of Libertine are wanting to stack? If so, I'd be happy
> to pass that along.
I have one suggestion: there is a diacritical mark in translitterated
Sanskrit called "chandrabindu" (U+0310). This diacritic is included in
Linux Libertine, but you can use it only above the letter "m". But it is
also needed to use it above an "l" and in that case there is a collision!
With an "l", chandrabindu should be also above (this the way in
devanagari script) or, at least, in translitteration, after the "l".
If it could be corrected, it will be great!
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