The encoding of the Admas font does indeed predate the formal Unicode
standard and the later proposal that Michael pointed out. The confusion
is noted, the font will (I can't say when) be replaced by a newer
The latest version of the GF Zemen Unicode font should be fully
Unicode 3.0 compliant and contain the additional glyphs of the '98
extension proposal in the private use range.
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