I was under the impression glyphs named this way (“uni”+first Unicode value+second Unicode value) would produce two separate glyphs in the underlying data stream. (Similar to how typing a ß, capitalizing it, generating a PDF and copying the text, results in SS. ) What is the purpose of such names? Where can I read more about the topic?
I am pondering this question because InDesign does not support one-to-many substitutions with the default Paragraph Composer. I really wanted to sub “A” for “B C”. Next best option, I figured, would be “A” for “B_C”.
(Apologies for my lacking terminology. Please don’t hesitate to correct me.)