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Re: UniView updated

From: Najib Tounsi <ntounsi@emi.ac.ma>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 14:25:26 +0000
Message-ID: <47137856.5000701@emi.ac.ma>
To: Richard Ishida <ishida@w3.org>
CC: 'WWW International' <www-international@w3.org>, 'Unicode Mailing List' <unicode@unicode.org>
Hi Richard,

In Uniview, when you show a table (at the left) corresponding to a range 
of characters, indices of cells  do not have the usual meaning  of the 
hex-value of the character in the cell. The first character of any 
range, always starts at the first line/first column. Example of range 
0035-0048

  	3 	4
0 	*5* 	*E*
1 	*6* 	*F*
2 	*7* 	*G*
3 	*8* 	*H*
4 	*9* 	*I*
5 	*:* 	*J*
6 	*;* 	*K*
7 	*<* 	*L*
8 	*=* 	*M*
9 	*>* 	*N*
A 	*?* 	*O*
B 	*@* 	*P*
C 	*A* 	*Q*
D 	*B* 	*R*
E 	*C* 	*S*
F 	*D* 	*T*


So cell indices behave like coordinates numbered 0 through F, without 
any meaning?

Najib.

Richard Ishida wrote:
> For those of you who use UniView, please note that I have just released a new version with some significant improvements.  For details see http://rishida.net/blog/?p=117
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