From: Andrew C. West (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Feb 19 2003 - 05:22:42 EST
William's Hot Beverage glyph is actually quite a good interpretation of the
character, that displays well at all point sizes. Perhaps he could add a glyph
for the Hot Pizza character (U+2668) whilst he's on a roll.
But why is the Hot Beverage character listed under the heading "Weather Symbol"
in the Miscellaneous Symbols code chart ? Does it rain tea and coffee in North
Korea ? Or does the annotation "can be used to indicate a wait" imply "Oh look,
it's raining again ... let's go inside and have a nice cup of tea while we wait
for the sun to come out" (Korean translation forthcoming).
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