"Cormac \(QTranslation\)" scripsit:

> Not surprisingly, Unicode includes these 2 characters. So even if I
> can't type them, I can insert them with Word2000 Insert Symbol.

Which two characters are they?

> Which
> leads to a new question; are there any examples of scripts evolving
> in the opposite direction, due to Unicode or other technological
> advances? i.e. a living language re-adopting symbols because technology
> made it possible? (And no, I don't count Ogham...)

Upper-case accented vowel letters in French.

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