From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 08 2002 - 16:50:50 EDT
At 10:25 AM 08-10-02, Patrick Andries wrote:
>Just out of interest, does InDesign ever display the names of Unicode
Unicode names, no; Unicode values, yes. In InDesign 2.x, if you hover the
cursor over an encoded glyph in the Insert Glyphs pallette, it will report
the Unicode value. If a glyph is not encoded, but is accessible via an
OpenType Layout feature, InDesign will report the Unicode value of the
corresponding default glyph and the name of the layout feature.
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