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also eliminates the need for dotless j
Not if you want to do implement mark
For aringacute, it is used in Norwegian and Danish, not having it on the keyboard layouts doesn't help.
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[...], følte jeg det var riktig ǻ fortsette studiene i Norge
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About the Catalan L-dot-L:These don’t need to be in a locl feature, as the sequence only appears in Catalan, and the liga feature is well supported.I used to think that too until at one point someone told me that a font I had produced wouldn't work in a dictionary. They used periodcentered to mark syllables, like this: syl·la·bic. That's why I believe it's a better idea to put it in the locl feature.
I do not do this anymore. Now, I have a solution very similar to Nick Shinn’s. I also addperiodcentered.loclCAT and periodcentered.loclCAT.case to the font. I poked Georg, and Glyphs now auto-generates the locl feature when these glyphs are present. But there are still some problems (and solutions), I summarized them in an update to this tutorial.
sub L' periodcentered' L by Ldot;
sub l' periodcentered' l by ldot;