From: Asmus Freytag (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 31 2007 - 22:24:12 CST
On 10/31/2007 4:26 PM, James Kass wrote:
> Download, un-ZIP, and install font(s).
> BabelPad has a sophisticated font analysis tool which can,
> among other things, copy all the characters from a selected
> font to the clipboard. Pasting that into a new plain text
> file lists the characters by code point, font glyph, and
> Unicode name.
That's why I suggested that you use Unibook which allows you to (manually)
load the latest and greatest Unicode nameslist from
You will find that all of these are coming in 5.1!
PS: a similar list can be made with Unibook as well.
> I have tried this with the general font, and it looks like
> there are some mappings which aren't yet official:
> (partial listing follows)
> U+2B18 ⬘ DIAMOND WITH TOP HALF BLACK
> U+2B19 ⬙ DIAMOND WITH BOTTOM HALF BLACK
> U+2B1A ⬚ DOTTED SQUARE
> U+2B1B ⬛ <reserved>
> U+2B1C ⬜ <reserved>
> U+2B1D ⬝ <reserved>
> U+2B1E ⬞ <reserved>
> U+2B1F ⬟ <reserved>
> U+2B20 ⬠ WHITE PENTAGON
> U+2B21 ⬡ WHITE HEXAGON
> U+2B22 ⬢ BLACK HEXAGON
> U+2B23 ⬣ HORIZONTAL BLACK HEXAGON
> U+2B24 ⬤ <reserved>
> U+2B25 ⬥ <reserved>
> U+2B26 ⬦ <reserved>
> U+2B27 ⬧ <reserved>
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