From: Shawn Steele (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 27 2004 - 02:39:04 EDT
> That means -> take the font -> look for an unused ASCII character -> change its glyph to the desired one -> voilĂˇ, it works
If you have to try a hack like that, it'd be better to at least pick some code points in the PUA. Then at least if you had need for interchange at a later time, the code points could be corrected. Overriding existing code points is just asking for trouble.
- Shawn Steele [MS]
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