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> In all other "weird" cases (such as LJ/Lj/lj; Greek final sigma
> upper-casing to the same thing as regular sigma; etc.), I think it's
> equally weird regardless of the language.

There's also the Dutch IJ-digraph, which needs both members to be
treated as a single letter for capitalization purposes. And, yes, no
word processing software that I know of does this right, making me
turn off auto capitalization fixing functions as soon as I get a new
piece of software.