Rendering Sanskrit Medial Sequences -vy- and -ry- in Myanmar

James Kass via Unicode unicode at
Tue Aug 20 21:40:09 CDT 2019

On 2019-08-21 2:08 AM, Richard Wordingham via Unicode wrote:
> Are we are allowed to write Llangollen as the definition of the
> Unicode Collation Algorithm implies we should, with an invisible CGJ
> between the 'n' and the 'g', so that it will collate correctly in
> Welsh?  That CGJ is necessary so that it will collate*after*
> Llanberis. (The problem is that the letter 'ng' comes before the letter
> 'n'.)
So that it won't collate correctly in anything other than Welsh? Isn't 
it better to use an application which enables Welsh collation?  Here's 
how BabelPad handles Welsh:

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