[log in to unmask]" type="cite">How is Hongul (Korean) encoded. I thought it was spacial characters merged to look like graphics, not a corpus of words. There are only 20 letters in Korean, yet it does print looking like ideographs.
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">I have just looked at the Wikipedia article on Hongul rendering using Unicode, and what the unicode font system has to do to assemble a word (merging more than one character in a set square). If Hongul can do it with a limited character set (around 240) then there is no reason that SignWriting cannot define itself with a character rendering.