my two ₰s

screenshot of character palette showing tibetan charactersi was going to point out unicode font info as a useful tool for looking at the unicode character space, and point out how it would be nice if you could navigate the space regardless of font, and then have it tell you which fonts included which characters. but while i was fiddling with it, i stumbled on the character palette built into mac os x, which does exactly that. the unicode font info tool is still handy for being able to see the nitty-gritty of the font details, but the built-in character palette is super nifty. (via lordpixel’s advogato diary.)

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