From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 14 2002 - 11:14:25 EDT
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De : "Dean Snyder" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Envoyé : 14 oct. 2002 09:28
> Michael Everson wrote the following at 10:18 AM on Mon, Oct 14, 2002:
> 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
Have the Unicode character names been localized, as MS Windows has done (at
least for French and German which I have personally seen) ?
In other words, have the official ISO 10646-1 and -2 French names been used
in the French version of this tool, or must French readers see an English
name for characters they know under a French name (all latin characters,
arrows, etc.) ?
Thanks for any information.
- o - O - o -
French ISO 10646 character names (equivalent to Unicode 3.2)
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