On 21.02.2012 16:14, Laurent Romary wrote:
> [Sent on behalf of Anne]
> Hello everyone,
> I am preparing a small edition of mostly German corpora of the beginning
> of the 19th century and we often have so-called "Geminationsstriche": a
> bar on the m or on the n meaning it equals to 2 m or 2 n.
> Does anyone have experience with 1) encoding it and 2) visualizing it?
> Thank you!
> Anne Baillot
this seems to be something like Unicode's 'combining macron' (0x0304) or
'combining overline' (0x0305), right?.
̄m, ̄n (macron)
̅m, ̅n (overline)
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