Burmese Rendering on Kindle

James Kass jameskass at code2001.com
Mon Aug 29 19:49:05 CDT 2022

In the code charts, both are shown with a little solid dot in the 
middle.  I was wondering if there should be a distinction between them.  
(Trying to update my fonts.)

But I think you've answered my question.  I'll just replace the solid 
dots in U+1050 and U+1051 with little circles in the middle. Hopefully 
that will work out...

On 2022-08-30 12:39 AM, Mark E. Shoulson via Unicode wrote:
> In my mailer, with whatever fonts I have, the first one has a little 
> circle in the middle and the second one has a little solid dot in the 
> middle.  Or did you mean you thought they were supposed to be 
> identical and wondered why they weren't?
> ~mark
> On 8/29/22 19:23, James Kass via Unicode wrote:
>> Speaking of Myanmar, are the glyphs for the two following characters 
>> supposed to be identical?
>> On 2022-08-28 11:35 PM, Addison Phillips via Unicode wrote:
>>> I retired recently from Amazon and can help connect you (under separate
>>> cover)
>>> Addison
>>> On Sun, Aug 28, 2022, 15:37 Wunna Ko via Unicode 
>>> <unicode at corp.unicode.org>
>>> wrote:
>>>> I just noticed that the font installed on Kindle cannot be rendered
>>>> Burmese script correctly.
>>>> Wondering if anyone on this mailing list is from Amazon and help to 
>>>> set up
>>>> the rendering correctly?
>>>> I can be of assistance if needed.
>>>> -- 
>>>> Wunna Ko

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