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Re: Developing for Turkish Folk Music Accidental glyphs

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: Developing for Turkish Folk Music Accidental glyphs
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2018 16:24:48 +0100 (CET)

> As far as I can, I got the code numbers of the signs to be used.

Thanks.  Note that the mapping of

  b² → U+0077

is invalid (as are all other mappings).  Reason is that Unicode
character U+0077 is `LATIN SMALL LETTER W' and nothing else.  Whoever
built the font, she or he incorrectly assigned the accidentals to
already existing code points...

Do I understand the first image correctly that you only need the

  b b² b³
  # #² #³

and nothing else for Turkish folk music?  In other words, can we
ignore the other glyphs in the YUCEL_HALK font?


PS: The correct mapping, according to the SMUFL standard, for Turkish
    folk music can be found on

    As can be seen, the page also describes #⁵ and b⁴ ...

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