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I want to add a t with a cedilla under it to an existing font. Unicode shows that character encoded as 0163 but the font already has a t with a comma accent encoded with 0163 with a glyph name of tcommaaccent.
I'm adding it to the PUA and THOUGHT that I could name it t_cedilla to make search engines find it when the regular t is searched. I've also tried naming conventions of tcedilla, t.cedilla and uni007400B8 (0074 is the t and 00B8 is the cedilla) but to no avail. The tcommaaccent character that was already in the font is found when a t is searched.
I'm exporting from InD CS3 and searching in Acrobat 9.
I THOUGHT I'd done this before in another font, but of course can't find where.
Is there something that the tcommaaccent glyph has associated with it that allows it to be found or should what I've done be working?