Alex Shinn scripsit:> But if you decide they should _not_ have case mappings, thenThey are something like symbols, but they are letter-like in other ways.
> you're treating them strictly as symbols, and giving them case
> properties is inconsistent. It should be one or the other.
Per contra, the circled Latin letters are considered symbols (and so
have no case) but have case mappings just the same.
In Unicode, things are always more complicated than you think.