N'Ko - which character? 02BC vs. 2019

Andrew Glass (WINDOWS) Andrew.Glass at microsoft.com
Mon Feb 2 12:14:31 CST 2015

For what it's worth, the N'ko Institute of America uses U+2019. But that is probably a reflection of the font situation and the fact that U+2019 is often more accessible in word processors.


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From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at unicode.org] On Behalf Of Christopher Fynn
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To: Doug Ewell
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Subject: Re: N'Ko - which character? 02BC vs. 2019

If used as characters that are part of a word, especially when they occur at the beginning or end of a word, ASCII apostrophes and and both right and left quotation marks easily get changed to something else by the auto quotes features of word-processors.
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