Here’s the first paragraph of Phil Plait’s article “Mooning Pluto” on Bad Astronomy in Teeline:
I’m not really happy about how I wrote “Pluto”: Joining upwards L and T is awkward (outline 1, below). I should have writen it disjoined, I think (outline 2). But then, I’m afraid this may indicate some suffix I do not know about yet. The proper way would be to use the normal L, to which T can be easily joined (outline 3). However, this outline would hang very low below the writing line.