ISSUE-391: Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages

Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages

State:
CLOSED
Product:
dpub-latinreq
Raised by:
Leslie Sikos
Opened on:
2014-11-09
Description:
http://www.w3.org/Mail/flatten/index?subject=i18n-ISSUE-391&list=public-digipub

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Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are further languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)), while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.

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Related emails:
  1. [dpub-pagination] Issue: Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages marked as i18n (from sysbot+gh@w3.org on 2016-07-21)
  2. Re: i18n-ISSUE-391: Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages (from safshar@netflix.com on 2015-09-24)
  3. i18n-ISSUE-391: Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages (from ishida@w3.org on 2015-09-24)
  4. I18N-ACTION-468: Forward issue-391 to dpub (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2015-09-24)
  5. I18N-ISSUE-391: Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages ⓟ [LatinLReq] (from sysbot+tracker@w3.org on 2014-11-09)

Related notes:

https://github.com/w3c/i18n-activity/issues/46

Richard Ishida, 17 Mar 2016, 13:26:25

Changelog:

Created issue 'Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages ⓟ' nickname owned by Leslie Sikos on product LatinLReq, description 'Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)) while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.' non-public

Leslie Sikos, 9 Nov 2014, 06:02:13

Description changed to 'Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are further languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)) while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.'

Leslie Sikos, 9 Nov 2014, 06:05:41

Description changed to 'Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are further languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)), while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.'

Leslie Sikos, 9 Nov 2014, 06:06:23

title changed to 'Quotation Marks are Different in Other Languages'

Richard Ishida, 24 Sep 2015, 17:09:28

Description changed to '
http://www.w3.org/Mail/flatten/index?subject=i18n-ISSUE-391&list=public-digipub

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Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are further languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)), while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.

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Richard Ishida, 24 Sep 2015, 17:09:28

Description changed to 'http://www.w3.org/Mail/flatten/index?subject=i18n-ISSUE-391&list=public-digipub

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Requirements for Latin Text Layout and Pagination
19.1 Language-specific spacing rules
http://www.w3.org/TR/2014/WD-dpub-latinreq-20140930/#punctuation

There are further languages other than French with extended Latin alphabets that use different characters as quotation marks than English. In contrast to the English quotation marks (U+201c (8220), U+201d (8221)), German and Hungarian use low open quotation marks (U+201E (8222)). The Hungarian close quotation mark is identical to that of English (U+201D (8221)), while in German the close quotation mark is identical to the English open quotation mark (U+201C (8220)). It should be clearly indicated that the table is just an example, and there are further quotation marks in other languages, or even extend the table with further examples.

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Richard Ishida, 17 Mar 2016, 13:26:25

Status changed to 'closed'

Richard Ishida, 17 Mar 2016, 13:26:25


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