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Re: A Unicode Math range font ?

From: Romeo Anghelache <romeo@psyx.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 10:54:21 +0100
Message-ID: <002d01c2c6b3$3b934cb0$a183fea9@yoda>
To: <www-math@w3.org>

There's also MS's Arial Unicode, it covers the math range (U2200-U22F1).
It's true type.
It can be found on the MSOffice 2000+ installations under the name
arialuni.ttf  (if the installer chose 'international support'...)
It can be a useful tool until stix completes.

romeo



|
| Sure, I remember that one now.
| Looks like a big big project. I thought the basic set in the current
| Unicode in use would be enough and possibly readily available...
|
| I fear I'll have to wait.
|
| Paul
|
|
| Le Lundi, 27 janv 2003, à 22:53 Europe/Berlin, Michael Kohlhase a écrit
| :
|
| > Paul,
| >
| >> This has been haunting me since a while: I'd like a font that contains
| >> most of the Math range of Unicode characters (the 16 bits one, 3.1?).
| >
| > You are probably thinking of the STIX fonts (see
| > http://www.stixfonts.org/). This will take care of all of our problems
| > in
| > some bright future.
| >
| >      Michael
| >
|
|
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