Re: Unihan database

From: John H. Jenkins <>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 11:13:38 -0600

Yes, this is very much possible, although I can't predict how soon we'll get it done.

Martin Heijdra <> 於 2012年4月13日 上午10:26 寫道:

> Librarians are certainly a group of users using Unihan a lot, to identify encodings for rare characters.
> Several of them have complained that it gets more and more difficult to use for them. One issue is, that the database itself started to use encodings rather than images; which made it impossible to find characters in versions their standard SimSun fonts did not support. That of course had a solution; they should now choose “use images”.
> But now they report that the radical-stroke page itself has changed to encodings rather than images; and the radicals are not in the standard fonts. Hence, the search pages (clicking on the number of strokes of the radical) shows something like
> <image001.png>
> Can there be a change so that also these pages (based upon the number of strokes of the radical) has an option to show these pages, not only the result, have a “display with images” option?
> Martin J. Heijdra
> Chinese Studies/East Asian Studies Bibliographer
> East Asian Library and the Gest Collection
> Frist Campus Center, Room 314
> Princeton University
> Princeton, NJ 08544
> United States

John H. Jenkins
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