Re: Manchu/Mongolian in Unicode

From: Dean Snyder (
Date: Mon Oct 14 2002 - 09:28:21 EDT

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    Michael Everson wrote the following at 10:18 AM on Mon, Oct 14, 2002:

    >At 11:26 -0700 2002-10-13, Tom Gewecke wrote:
    >>The latest Mac OS X upgrade has fonts that include the classic
    >>Mongolian/Manchu range, 1800-18AF

    You can view all supported characters by using the Unicode character
    palette invoked from the keyboard menu in Mac OSX 10.2.

    This is a great Unicode tool (and one I have seen no mention of
    elsewhere). You can view characters by Unicode block or the entire
    Unicode character set; you can view the glyph catalog of whatever font
    you select; you can add characters to the favorite tab. When you select a
    character it shows the Unicode name, number, and related characters (like
    the box drawing charcaters).


    Dean A. Snyder
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