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Re: [idn] Chinese Domain Name Consortium (CDNC) Declaration
Jaap Akkerhuis writes:
> I seem to remember that the Euler font, especially made for TeX,
> does has a seperate upper and lower case Beta. For every example,
> one can always bring up a counter example.
A counterexample to what? We already knew that b and beta and B and Beta
are often separated. They're separated in Unicode; that's why we're
having this discussion.
Anyway, you should learn to check your facts. The standard Euler fonts
follow the standard TeX encodings. For example, eurb10 uses the OML
encoding, which has a unified B/Beta, exactly as I explained before.