Definitions

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  • initialism computing, typography zero-width non-joiner

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Examples

  • The standard has ZWJ / ZWNJ in an information annex, not a normative appendix.

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  • The approach: First we look at the text and figure out what it could be: a non-breaking space or zero-width non-joiner (ZWNJ) is typographically likely, and becomes the working theory.

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  • As of now, ZWNJ is the only way to do that (and thankfully, no special support is needed other than not rendering it with a visible glyph of its own).

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  • Could you explain again why it is not a bug for Pages to not allow input of ZWJ and ZWNJ?

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  • Whatever your views on the the role which ZWJ and ZWNJ should or shouldn't play with regard to Latin ligatures, these characters are required for the correct plain text encoding of Arabic and Indic scripts, so inability to input them in Pages is a clear failure of Unicode support by this app.

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  • Could you explain again why it is not a bug for Pages to not allow input of ZWJ and ZWNJ?

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  • Could you explain again why it is not a bug for Pages to not allow input of ZWJ and ZWNJ?

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  • Using ZWJ / ZWNJ to hardcode typographic appearance in plain text is not recommended by ISO / IEC / JTC1

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  • Could you explain again why it is not a bug for Pages to not allow input of ZWJ and ZWNJ?

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  • The main discussion of ZWJ / ZWNJ is in relation to German.

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