Why do the Hebrew Alphabetic Presentation Forms Exist
pandey at umich.edu
Sun Jun 7 00:58:42 CDT 2020
If you’re seriously thinking of submitting a proposal for a new Hebrew character, please consider getting in touch with Deborah Anderson, Michael Everson, or me. We’d be happy to help you figure out the suitability of encoding the character in question or figuring out ways to represent it in plain text, if need be.
All my best,
> On Jun 6, 2020, at 11:53 PM, abrahamgross--- via Unicode <unicode at unicode.org> wrote:
> I just gave the Alphabetic Presentation Forms as a suggestion of where it can possibly be encoded. Everyone here disagreed, so the regular Hebrew block it is
> 2020/06/06 午前11:59:07 Doug Ewell via Unicode <unicode at unicode.org>:
>> In this whole thread, I have yet to see why Alphabetic Presentation Forms would be considered a good place to encode a variant form of a Hebrew letter. If that's no longer being considered, or never was, perhaps a change in Subject line would help readers.
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