Re: Acceptable alembic glyph variants

From: Andreas Stötzner (
Date: Mon Dec 31 2007 - 09:38:04 CST

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    Am 31.12.2007 um 01:13 schrieb James Kass:

    > Dictionaries!? I had never seen this symbol U+2697, even though
    > I once worked in an industry related to chemistry, other than
    > as a device in chemical supply house company logos.
    > Probably the original proposal for encoding this symbol as a
    > character shows examples of this symbol in running text, but,
    > in spite of searching the ISO archives of proposals, I could not
    > find that original proposal.

    for an example.

    > In order for any of those interesting, unencoded alchemical
    > symbols to become characters in the Unicode sense of the word,
    > someone will

    > need to collect,
    – done,
    > organize,
    – done,
    > make a formal proposal,
    > and follow it through the process until it is approved.
    no problem.
    estimated costs: ca. $6500.
    Who’ll fund it?

    and a happy New Year to all of you,


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