Created attachment 39801 [details]
Example of letters
Samogitian (http://www.sil.org/iso639-3/documentation.asp?id=sgs) use additional letter "E with dot above and macron". Our neighbours Livs use similar letter "Ǡ ǡ" and it use compose here - "<composite>+<_>+<.>+<a>".
Please add these two lines to UTF-8:
<Multi_key> <underscore> <period> <e> : "ė̄"
<Multi_key> <underscore> <period> <E> : "Ė̄"
In case anyone gets to this before I can, there are 22 lines in the en
Compose which match /[Ǡǡ]/. A couple of those look suspect (given how
unicode combining sequences work, having <dead_abovedot> <amacron> and
<dead_macron> <U0227> both generate ǡ is quesionable; the former maybe
should generate ā̇ instead; ie, dot above macron, not macron above dot)
but in general the e and a sequences should match each other.
(In reply to comment #1)
> in general the e and a sequences should match each other.
Do you mean, James, that for 'E with dot above and macron' the same nine sequences should be added as already exist for 'A with dot above and macron'?
(Leaving aside the two doubtful sequences that start with <dead_macron>.)
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