Cognomen 2018 (SpecGram, CLXXX.3) in footnote ‡‡† lays out “a superior, novel solution” to extending Numeri++, his science-
† It appears that our buddy Prae-Prae put a little too much faith in the Unicode Consortium. Obviously any entity with “Consortium” right there in the name is not to be trusted fully.
The biggest problem is that there are no versions of ß in the double-
In order to mitigate this disaster, we’ve had the Typographic Interns whip up some image-
alt text for each so that if you have smart copy-
Another implementation difficulty has been that in the vast majority of fonts we tested, cedillas under some letters, notably G, K, L, N, and R, and sometimes D and T, are rendered less like cedillas and more like commas. This is true for both the pre-
Similarly, L with a caron usually comes out looking like L with an apostrophe (Ľ). And A with a ring often looks like the cranially traumatized Angstrom symbol (Å) instead of the proper, floating, ethereal halo it should be (cf. S̊ Z̊ ß̊). There’s almost certainly some important history of some Slavic language (or pseudo-
Judicious use of the COMBINING GRAPHEME JOINER and combining diacritics
While Unicode supports all these nifty characters, many fonts do not. If your computer isn’t old enough to vote, it might have something on it that will render everything here, albeit in a significantly less-
Finally, there are probably some other typographic difficulties to be had, based on your browser, operating system, astrological sign, handedness, favorite phoneme, or computing device. (If you are on mobile, just... don’t even start!) If you notice any problems, you could let the editors of SpecGram know, or
Not that we’re bitter.