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RE: U+1824 & U+1826

From: Greg Eck <greck@postone.net>
Date: Sat, 14 Nov 2015 03:55:10 +0000
To: siqin <siqin@almas.co.jp>, "public-i18n-mongolian@w3.org" <public-i18n-mongolian@w3.org>
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Hi Siqin,

We are closing the door on new additions pretty quick.
There will always be more :).

Could I ask two things ...
1.) Could you translate the note from Professor Kuribayashi from Japanese into English so that we can have his thoughts on record.
2.) The images do show the dot, but are highly pixelated and unclear. Could you rescan the documents at a higher resolution and resend. Regardless of whether we can do anything at this point, it will be helpful to have the images on file in a shaper resolution.
3.) Comment on the period that the dotted U/UE is found in.

Thanks,
Greg

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Sent: Thursday, November 12, 2015 10:07 AM
Subject: Re: U+1824 & U+1826

I found sample of genetive dotted U+1824 and U+1826 in old mongolian document.
     u_ue_with_dot_11.jpg
     u_ue_with_dot_12.jpg
     u_ue_with_dot_13.jpg
     u_ue_with_dot_14.jpg
     u_ue_with_dot_15.jpg
I also received request from Professor Kuribayashi about dotted U+1824 and U+1826 with NNBSP.
     request_from_kuribayashi.jpg

So, it is better to have a dotted Isolate U+1824 and U+1826, I think.

SiqinBilige
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