From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 08 2002 - 11:42:39 EDT
At 01:43 AM 08-10-02, Alan Wood wrote:
>On the Type menu, you will find Select Character ...
>This allows you to select any character from a Unicode font (even on Mac OS
>9), but it does not show the Unicode range names, which makes it VERY
>difficult to find the character you want.
This is actually an insert *glyph* function (and is called such in InDesign
2.0). It exposes the entire glyph repertoire of the font, including
unencoded variant glyphs, ligatures etc. Glyphs are ordered in the pallette
by glyph ID, not Unicode value.
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