I'm adding Vietnamese language support for a client's existing Latin typeface.
I remember vaguely, not being an expert in Asian languages, that Vietnamese writing would contain combined diacritical marks that would stack atop or below letters.
Unfortunately, I'm *so* not finding any information on that on the internet that I'm writing a forum post
After research it appears to me that the Vietnamese alphabet consists of following encoded characters, and that mark positioning isn't even necessary: aAàÀảẢãÃáÁạẠăĂằẰẳẲẵẴắẮặẶâÂầẦẩẨẫẪấẤậẬbBcCdDđĐeEèÈẻẺẽẼéÉẹẸêÊềỀểỂễỄếẾệỆ
Or, alternatively, which Latin based languages do you know of that use stacks of diacritical marks?
I'm looking for information as well as samples of encoded strings to use for designing and testing.
At the moment I believe that my mind is playing tricks on me.