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VMs: Re: Weirdoes, ligatures (long)

 From: GC <glenclaston@xxxxxxxxx>
 REF: Nick
 We have the question of the <i> strokes in middles of words.  Is
 <ii> in the middle of a word simply an <in> without the end
 stroke?  And if it is, should it be represented as a individual
 glyph in my version, or in EVA as a ligatured pair?  To answer
 this question one has to make some assumptions on calligraphy, as
 you are doing, but I do think that some concensus might be made on
 this through examination.  Implementing Nick's idea of word
 numbering, here are just a few examples of <ii> in the middle of
 words to study, using the notation "folio.line.word" for ease of
 1r.11.5	5v.3.6	20r.2.4	24v.14.1	31r.14.1
 1r.15.7	7r.5.1	20v.1.1	25v.3.8	31r.16.2
 2r.4.1	8r.13.9	23r.4.3	25v.7.3
 2r.8.9	17v.6.3	23r.6.8	26r.1.2
 3v.2.1	18r.2.8	23v.12.2	27r.11.2

"folio.line.word" is what HTML can "hover/display" best (3 times)

1: vms character
2: folio.line.word (example number (above))
  2a: new pic/link appears IF hovered above or pointed to
   2b: IF CLICKed (3)
3: then, advanced studied (history/debated) todate

4: ?(return) back again (org/dBase) etc....

best to all
steve ( I vote (1 vote) for FLoW (folio.line.word)) ekwall