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Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 00:30:37 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: --show=left

On 2011-05-29 00:03, JFoug wrote:
> I have these 3 failing on the greek (for NT). All others are working on
> the NT. Are these the 3 euro symbols that were problematic before? If
> so, who is wrong (john, or ?)
> u129-NT:$NT$6bc8391394c716a89242eb8a3fb8efa1:129:0:𐌼𐌼𐌼::
> u128-NT:$NT$5e87ced7cdabe0e7b37c07fd0449963c:128:0:𐌼𐌼::
> u127-NT:$NT$fa2a5cd05854cea801234acb2c0c646b:127:0:𐌼::

No, they are made from a non-greek *very high* character I added when 
experimenting. They are outside UCS-2 (which is what NT really uses). 
This means they are above U+FFFF so you need two 16-bit words per 
character. Just delete them from the dict file (it's the last three I 
think). NT is not supposed to handle them for all I know and our current 
unicode stuff doesn't anyway.


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