Archive for February, 2013

Thank you to all our Chinese and Japanese community translators

In the past few months we’ve had a lot of activity by the Chinese and Japanese communities on our Community Translation project (over 100 accepted translations). We are very pleased to see all of this activity and want to publicly thank the following five individuals:

Ying Ning
Tonny Xu
Vincent Ding
Hai Liang
Takesato Hayashi

Without them, and all of the other individuals we mentioned in previous posts, this program would not be a success.

To learn more about the Adobe Type Community Translation program, refer to Typblography project page. If you have any questions or requests related to the Type Community Translation program feel free to reach out to us at


Sequences are important in the context of Unicode, and UAX #34 (Unicode Named Character Sequences) is a good reference for Unicode sequences. The first type of sequence that typically comes to mind in the context of Japanese are Ideographic Variation Sequences (IVSes), which are registered and maintained by The Unicode Consortium via the Ideographic Variation Database (IVD). There are also Standardized Variation Sequences that are much more closely bound to the standard.
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