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list-style-type of hangul

From: by way of Bert Bos <Keizi@mail.co.kr>
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2003 15:31:16 +0100
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-Id: <200303051531.16394.Keizi@mail.co.kr>
ATM, there are many options for list-style-type of CSS2,
even cjk-ideographic or hiragana, katagana, etc.
But hangul is not optional.

Hangul is usually used to count list-item in Korea,
just like alphabet so be in latin-wide.

Two ways of hangul counting are used;
could be said glyph-hangul, character-hangul for list-style-type,
thou just one way, character-hangul is used
in official document regulation for government. (see attachment)
glyph-hangul (or some other word) is Ux3130 and continuations.
Ux1100s has same glyph but are on purpose of combination,
while Ux3130s are not for combination, for use itself only.

I believe this is really !important problem.




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