I have a project for a display font, all letters are uppercase for latin, cyrillic and greek. I have a problem when I am testing with Turkish text. The dotted I (İ) is not displaying for the lowercase glyph.
I am trying to test Idotaccent and idotaccent with different Turkish texts. My font is all uppercase and lowercase dottet i should display as a dottet capital I ->İ. When I convert text from lowercase to uppercase, the letter (dottet small letter i) displays as I, it is incorrect.
I thought it could be a language code problem connected to either copying text or converting with software from lowercase to uppercase. So I have also tried typing the letters directly.
When I change my keyboard on os x to turkish and type the key for the English keyboard shift S and just S I should in my all caps font get İ and İ. Instead I get İ and I. I am testing everything in Illustrator CS3.
I have tried to delete and create the glyph idotaccent, then code for localization is automatically created. (languagesystem latn TRK;) But the glyph idottaccent is without a Unicode identity. It should be 0069 but is blank.
When I open Glyph Info and search for idot I find that idotaccent and idotaccent.sc is without any Unicode identification. The İ letter Idotaccent had Unicode o130 in Glyph Info, and I suspect that is why it works when I test it.
Could lack of Unicode for idotaccent be the problem for why I cannot seem to get to type the idotaccent glyph?