From: Jim Allan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Nov 14 2003 - 12:11:18 EST
James Kass wrote:
> In TrueType/OpenType, the first glyph in the font is used
> as the "missing glyph".
And for Postscript fonts systems often take the bullet character in the
font as the "missing glyph" symbol.
However printers are very erratic in what they do.
Whether a character like ASCII 0x01 (probably in a data file in error or
by mistransliteration) will be rendered by a printer as a missing glyph
symbol or space seems to depend on which printer driver is used and
often on settings within that driver.
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