Re: current version of unicode-font

From: John Cowan (
Date: Thu Dec 02 2004 - 10:53:49 CST

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    Paul Hastings scripsit:

    > speaking of which, *are* there any open source fonts that come even
    > close to Arial Unicode MS?

    In what, breadth of coverage or aesthetics? The GNU Unifont has very
    wide coverage though it is a bitmap font; James Kass's CODE 2000 and CODE
    2001 probably have the widest coverage of any font, though it costs US$5
    to use them. Both of them IMHO are a tad on the ugly side.

    Googling for "free Unicode fonts" (no quotes) is useful.

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