From: Dean Snyder (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 14 2002 - 09:28:21 EDT
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
Scholarly Technology Specialist
Center For Scholarly Resources, Sheridan Libraries
Garrett Room, MSE Library, 3400 N. Charles St.
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland, USA 21218
office: 410 516-6850 mobile: 410 245-7168 fax: 410-516-6229
Digital Hammurabi: www.jhu.edu/digitalhammurabi
Initiative for Cuneiform Encoding: www.jhu.edu/ice
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