James Kass via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Sat Feb 9 22:25:53 CST 2019
Martin J. Dürst wrote,
>> Isn't that already the case if one uses variation sequences to choose
>> between Chinese and Japanese glyphs?
> Well, not necessarily. There's nothing prohibiting a font that includes
> both Chinese and Japanese glyph variants.
Just as there’s nothing prohibiting a single font file from including
both roman and italic variants of Latin characters.
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