Would anyone have a clue what Encoding ID 10 is for the Unicode platform (pid=0)?
I have 30 fonts out of a set of 1,894 Open Source fonts that have format 12 (Segmented Coverage) 'cmap' tables of with pid=0 and encoding ID=10. That combination is not in either the Microsoft or Apple version of the OT spec v1.8.3.
Some of the affected fonts are "fringe", but there are fonts such as DejaVu Sans Mono and some of the Linux Libertine fonts with these tables.
I'm thinking they are intended to have been Windows/Unicode Full tables (pid=3, eid=10) tables. This is supported by the fact that all of those fonts that have a Unicode/eid=10 'cmap' table also have a Windows/eid=10 table, and they typically have the same number of characters.
Maybe there's a secret OT spec somewhere that I'm missing??