Re: Proposal for German capital letter "ß"
Martin J. Dürst
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Thu Dec 10 02:41:13 CST 2015
On 2015/12/10 14:35, Marc Blanchet wrote:
>> This is an interesting example of a phenomenon that turns up in many
>> other contexts, too. A similar example is the use of accents on
>> upper-case letters in French in France where 'officially', upper-case
>> letters are written without accents.
> while in Québec, upper-case letters are written _with_ accents. l10n…
They are written with accents also quite often in France, but the French
just don't notice :-).
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